Explore case studies from Bright Horizons clients JP Morgan, Thomson Reuters, Linklaters, Microsoft and Robert Gordon University, and find out more about their strategies and their experience.
The Nomura Group is a leading financial services provider and the pre-eminent Asia -based investment bank. Its European offices in London have 3,000 employees, and they introduced the Back-Up Care Programme from Bright Horizons in 2011. The scheme covers all permanent employees, with each employee having up to 10 days of emergency care that they can use each year.
Royal Holloway is one of the UK’s leading research-intensive universities and to support staff and students with young children, the university offers childcare at its nearby workplace nursery – Englefield Green. Experts at transitioning nurseries, in 2013 Bright Horizons were delighted to win the contract and become the new childcare provider for the nursery – delivering high-quality care for the university’s staff, students and the local community.
With a growing number of working parents and high take-up of childcare support, JP Morgan has provided back-up emergency care for more than five years, offering their employees a meaningful and highly valued employee benefit to support their people and their organisation.
A leading source of intelligent information for businesses and professionals, with a global employee population, Thomson Reuters recognise their people are key to their success.Partnering with Bright Horizons in 2010, Thomson Reuters has provided back-up emergency care to their employees for more than six years – offering meaningful support that positively impacts the lives of their talented workforce.
Microsoft are committed to their workforce – they pride themselves on being an innovative workplace which fosters a flexible working culture, focused on trust in its people.In 2002, having recently moved to their new UK campus at Thames Valley Park, Microsoft identified a building with great potential for a nursery space and opened their workplace nursery in partnership with Bright Horizons in 2003.
Robert Gordon University (RGU) is a dynamic, modern place to study with an international reputation for providing high quality education from undergraduate through to PhD level.Recognising the potential to expand their 24 place nursery, RGU appointed Bright Horizons to assume management of their workplace nursery and transition the service to a new dedicated building – providing 99 places to RGU students, staff and the local community.