Read and download the latest articles and white papers from Bright Horizons to find out more about childcare, adult care, and work-life balance issues. Our articles include: Modern Families Index, Employer’s Guide to Childcare, and the Lasting Impact of Workplace Nurseries and Care Advantage.
The Modern Families Index is the most comprehensive survey exploring how working families manage the balance between work and family life.
What’s the key to attracting, engaging and retaining great employees? How can organisations differentiate themselves as employers of choice and evolve with the pace of change?
A new survey of 1,000+ clinical nurses shows that today’s medical professionals are at risk.
Bright Horizons is excited announce the launch of the Modern Families Index 2017, an annual research study conducted by charity Working Families and sponsored (for the fourth year now) by Bright Horizons.
From childcare and looking after loved ones to car breakdowns, these are just a few of things keeping employees up at night. They’re also a few of the things that can affect performance too, with employees distracted or worried by other important matters.
This report provides insight from employers on supporting family care needs and career aspirations in India.
What are the challenges, motivations, and initiatives in large companies in Germany with respect to family-friendliness? And how are family care provisions being utilised? This report captures current thinking among employers in Germany on these issues, and explores what successful organisations are doing in response.
With an emerging economy, supporting women in India’s workforce has become critical to organisational success. Find out more in this whitepaper: Obstacles to An Emerging Economy: The Imperative of Nurturing Women in India’s Workforce.
With a growing number of organisations focusing their expansion efforts in emerging economies, providing global HR benefits such as childcare initiatives has become a key focus in attracting and retaining the best talent. Our specialist consultants at Horizons Workforce Consulting explore the early years programmes in the UAE, particularly the need for expanded provision and the opportunities to meet this need.
The Modern Families Index 2016 from Bright Horizons® and Working Families is a state of the nation study capturing a timely snapshot of the lives of working families in the UK today. Our findings indicate that whilst it’s clear that family life is changing, it’s also clear that many of the same barriers to achieving a successful working family life exist.
From nannies to nurseries, what are the considerations when looking at childcare? Find out more in our helpful guide.
The Back-Up Care Advantage® Programme Daily Child Instructions and Activity Log is a form provided by Bright Horizons to provide clear communication between the parent or guardian and the in-home caregiver.
This Guide has been created by Working Families and Bright Horizons to provide you with the information and guidance you need to find the best solution for your business and your employees.
The Lasting Impact of Back-up Care Study gathered information from families using Bright Horizons Care Advantage® programme, and presents the significant impact Care Advantage can have for employees and employers.
Workplace nurseries support organisations by solving employees’ childcare challenges. The Lasting Impact of Workplace Nurseries study presents valuable data about childcare as a powerful organisational strategy.
When preparing for the arrival of an in-home caregiver, following a few simple guidelines can lay the foundation for a positive experience for the caregiver and your loved one. Our guide provides helpful advice for preparing for a day of in-home adult care.
Being prepared and setting clear expectations can help ensure the greatest satisfaction with the care of your little one. Our guide provides helpful advice for preparing for a day of in-home childcare.
Out of School Clubs have been carefully designed to be warm, inviting places where children and parents feel welcome and special. Whether you’ve used an Out of School Club once of many times, our guide provides helpful advice to make sure your little one has a great day of play and discovery.
Our Director of Early Years, Nicola Amies, shares her expertise and knowledge to help you prepare your little one for a smooth transition to school.
"My world turned upside down when my 74-year-old mother fell and broke her pelvis at a wedding reception. When my coworker told me about the elder care program, I was thrilled. It was exactly what we needed. We used the service for three or four weeks. From the first phone call to the last, Bright Horizons was so helpful and caring to my family."