Could on-site childcare lure parents back to the workplace? (2023)

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Could on-site childcare lure parents back to the workplace? (1)

By Ali Francis17th February 2022

On-site childcare can cut down on parental stress, up worker engagement and help keep mums in the labour market. Why doesn't everyone offer it?


After almost nine months working remotely due to the pandemic, Jessika, a 35-year-old living in Asheville, North Carolina, US, has been called back to the office – and she has no idea how she’s going to manage childcare.

She’s seven-and-a-half months pregnant and has a five-year-old daughter in Kindergarten. Her soon-to-be new-born is on seven different year-long waiting lists for local childcare centres, and her husband, a beer brewer, can’t work from home. Before her April due date, Jessika and her husband have to figure out who can watch the baby while they’re at work.

It’s important Jessika keeps her job as an impact associate at a private health trust, since she is the primary breadwinner in the family. “Mine is the income we can’t lose,” she says. What she wants is employer-sponsored on-site childcare. A dedicated space for her baby at the office would give her a way to breastfeed during the day, reduce her out-of-pocket expenses and cut down on extra commuting. Jessika says this set-up would radically reduce her stress, while allowing her to feel excited about going back to the office.

“It’s hard to even fathom,” she says, but on-site childcare is “the dream”.

As employees continue to quit jobs en masse in search of better ones, employers are scrambling to retain talent and fill empty seats. This has given many workers leverage over both existing and prospective employers to negotiate benefits that better suit their priorities, many of which were reshuffled amid the pandemic.

Looking after kids has been particularly difficult to navigate over the last two years, due to school and day-care closures. Among the slew of possible family benefits is a growing demand for on-site childcare –an employer-sponsored day-care centre located in the workplace.

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On-site childcare could help workers get back into the workforce, keep more employees at their jobs and make employers more competitive for candidates (Credit: Getty Images)

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Although Jessika’s employer is not currently planning on introducing the benefit, increasingly, some companies are considering – and even opting in – to make her dream a reality. “Now that employers are calling their employees back to the office, we are seeing an uptick in interest for on-site childcare services,” says Stephen Kramer, CEO of US-based childcare provider Bright Horizons.

New childcare services could have multiple positive effects, like keeping more working parents with their current employers; enabling primary caregivers of all types who stepped away from the workforce a path to returning; and better positioning companies to retain and attract new talent in a contracted labour market. Now, the question is: will employers heed the writing on the wall and roll out on-site childcare or is it still a pipe dream?

A perk that matters most for parents

No matter what their employment situation is – remote, hybrid or in-office – working parents have to manage childcare. “It’s absolutely the most important thing on their minds right now,” says Sarah Damaske, an associate professor of sociology, labour and employment relations and women’s studies at Pennsylvania State University, US. This is particularly the case for those with younger kids.

Historically, especially in the US, where there aren’t public options for kids under five, parents have largely had to arrange care on their own. And securing a place for children has only become more difficult during the pandemic, with childcare centres forced to close in droves due to capacity limits and a haemorrhaging of workers.

Now parents want expanded childcare benefits, says Abakar Saidov, CEO of London-based recruitment platform Beamery. In a September 2021 survey of 5,000 UK and US professionals (at least 56% of them parents), Beamery found the desire for employer-sponsored care benefits outranked “gym memberships, mental wellbeing programs, and even enhanced parental leave pay”. And, according to a 2021 survey commissioned by New York City-based childcare provider Vivvi, 40% of respondents were considering looking for a new job or even leaving the workplace altogether if they couldn't access reliable options.

The value of employer-sponsored childcare is well documented. A 2010 Bright Horizons survey of 3,100 parents who had access to on-site facilities showed that they were able to concentrate better at work, were more likely to remain at a job, and could more effectively balance their work and family commitments. Though these findings are not new, the pandemic has brought them into sharp focus, says Kramer: “In order to be engaged and productive in their jobs, parents need their children to be well cared for.”

In order to be engaged and productive in their jobs, parents need their children to be well cared for – Stephen Kramer

Another important way that on-site facilities help reduce parental stress is by cutting down on cost and commute. They “don’t have to drive all over for it”, says Damaske, and it “feels safe” because their kids are nearby.

And perhaps most importantly, employer-provided on-site facilities can help reduce the burden parents face when trying to find quality care – and quality care that they can actually afford – a factor that has contributed to mothers dropping out of the workforce in record numbers during the pandemic. “One of the things that parents report is that, when childcare is easily accessible and they know it’s high quality, it keeps them, especially mums, in the labour market,” says Damaske.

A benefit for employers as well

Employers who are currently scrambling to hire and retain talent also stand to gain, Kramer says, by using the benefit to recruit workers, draw employees back to the office and keep their current staff from leaving.

These kinds of results don't just apply to full-time salaried workers, either. Damaske says on-site childcare is a move that’s especially impactful when it’s available to workers in all kinds of employment arrangements. Saidov adds accessible, on-site childcare allows hiring managers to consider a larger talent pool, one that ordinarily might not be able to apply due to childcare costs and obligations.

Dixie Benca has seen these positive effects in action at her restaurant, McGee's Scot-Irish Pub, in South Carolina, US. After struggling to hire back part-time hourly workers when the pandemic forced her to shut shop for three months, Benca – whose own son is almost three – introduced on-site childcare in July 2021. Now, the business is fully staffed, with applicants on a waiting list for new job openings. Benca checks in with her team regularly, and says that for the parents using the program, “not one of them has even considered going somewhere else to work since they’ve been here.”.

She’s also noticed the staff taking advantage of this perk seem more productive, because they’re not worried about what’s going on at home. And when something inevitably does happen, they don’t necessarily need to leave work mid-shift. “One child got a bloody nose recently,” says Benca. “Mom went into [the nursery] to handle it, and in 10 minutes she was back to work.”

For rural families, the need for childcare is particularly acute. The reduction in capacity most day-cares are experiencing is only exacerbating a supply and demand issue that existed in many communities prior to the pandemic, says Kramer – not only do they face the challenge of locating operating care centres, but they also typically have to drive far out of their way to use them.

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Dixie Benca (second from right) has implemented on-site childcare her restaurant, McGee's Scot-Irish Pub, in South Carolina, US (Credit: Courtesy of Dixie Benca)

At manufacturing company AriensCo in Brillion, Wisconsin, US, at least 60% of the 1,300 production workers drive in from out of town for their shifts, says Executive Vice President of Administration Steve Servais. Like many in their sector, AriensCo is struggling with hiring and employee turnover. As an incentive to keep them coming to work, the company built its Brillion Early Learning Center less than a mile from the factory in September last year – open from 0445 until 1830 so that production workers on first and second shifts are covered. Services are available to employees at a 50% subsidy and at full cost to the public.

The facility has been such a success for parents on staff – who Servais says are notably more energised and engaged with the company – and the wider Brillion community that they’re already considering expansion. “The building was designed in a kind of L-shape format so we could build off the wings if we needed to,” he says. And as AriensCo’s internal employee waiting list grows “that starts to become an easy decision”, especially as the company is actively looking to recruit at least 200 employees across various different roles. “[On-site childcare] is absolutely a differentiator for us,” says Servais.

Not a perfect solution (yet)

While some companies have begun to offer on-site childcare, many may baulk at the cost and debate the benefit to parents working remotely.

Like off-site childcare centres, company-run day-cares (larger than a certain size, determined by state or local governments) must be licensed, insured and staffed with trained caretakers. AriensCo partnered with childcare provider KinderCare to handle most of the operations behind their multi-million-dollar facility, and have had to budget $500,000 (£370,000) annually to cover employee subsidies – costs that could be untenable for many smaller businesses.

One child got a bloody nose recently – mom went into [the nursery] to handle it, and in 10 minutes she was back to work – Dixie Benca

For others, establishing and maintaining these facilities doesn’t yet make sense from a logistical standpoint, especially when return-to-office dates are still in flux, and some workers may not return at all. Flexible benefits – like paid access to online care-finder platforms, subsidised back-up care (for when babysitters cancel or private day-cares close) and cash allowances to parents –might make more sense for many offices right now, says Saidov.

While on-site childcare would certainly ease the transition for parents returning to the office or re-entering the labour market, says Damaske, it’s not a standalone solution. “The problem is tied up in the need for more paid parental and family leave, and more sick days,” too, she says. “As long as there are going to be exposures [from Covid-19 and other illnesses], even in-business childcare centres are going to have to close. Then what happens?”

Still, Kramer argues on-site childcare is worth the financial investment regardless of return-to-office plans. At Bright Horizons, he’s seeing both employers with in-office and remote staff offer the benefit. “The fact is, all working parents need childcare,” he says, even if they’re at home for part of the week. And employers need to make sure that “over the long term, they’re solving for those challenges”.

‘It’s solved the childcare problem in spades’

If workers continue to leave jobs en masse, employers dragging their feet over on-site childcare might be forced to reconsider adding the perk as part of an overall recruiting, retention and return-to-office tool, says Saidov.

Looking to the future, Kramer believes on-site childcare is going to become more commonplace. “Employees’ expectations have changed,” he says, and company leaders should really be “thinking about how they can create a more sustainable work environment” going forward.

Benca also hopes more companies can find a way to work the cost of childcare into their business plans, like she has. “It’s certainly better financially than to continue to lose good workers,” she says. And while her on-site nursery hasn’t fixed every pandemic struggle the pub has faced, “it’s solved the childcare problem in spades”.

In Asheville, Jessika is focusing on the positives: a job she loves, a flexible and understanding boss, and a new baby on the way. Once that day comes, however, her family is going to have to make some tough decisions.

“I just keep hoping that we'll get lucky, and that [the baby] will get off the waiting lists for day-care,” she says. “My husband and I have been trying to figure out what would happen if not; maybe he does quit his job.” But if on-site childcare were to become a reality, she’d opt in – “100%, without hesitation”.



Could on-site childcare lure parents back to the workplace? ›

A 2010 Bright Horizons survey of 3,100 parents who had access to on-site facilities showed that they were able to concentrate better at work, were more likely to remain at a job, and could more effectively balance their work and family commitments.

What is one benefit of creating an on-site daycare? ›

Reliable on-site care programs help to avoid breakdowns in care, reduce commute times, and allow workers to concentrate more fully on their jobs.

What is one disadvantage of on-site childcare? ›

The cost for employers: On-site childcare centers are expensive to build, manage, and maintain. A significant financial commitment upfront is required, along with ongoing costs to keep the program running with enough staff to adapt to the size of the workforce.

Why is childcare important to employers? ›

Company Benefits

Workplace day care can improve employee morale and lower absenteeism and turnover because fewer employees need to take time off to look after their children, according to an article in Bloomberg Businessweek. This leads to lower company costs.

Why employees don t want to return to the office? ›

Top reasons employees don't want to return to the office

This sentiment is mostly a by-product of the pandemic, where a WFH lifestyle and new priorities in life take centre stage. Employees who are affected and feel unexcited about working in the office are choosing self-fulfilment over their work.

How do you reenter the workforce after staying home with kids? ›

9 tips for re-entering the workforce after being a stay-at-home parent
  1. Uncover what you really want. ...
  2. Update your materials. ...
  3. Refresh your skills. ...
  4. Get active on social sites. ...
  5. Call on your network and make new connections. ...
  6. Look at all of your options. ...
  7. Talk up your gap years. ...
  8. Be patient and persistent.
Mar 10, 2023

What are three advantages of employee sponsored on site childcare? ›

Reliable on-site care programs help to avoid breakdowns in care, reduce commute times, and allow workers to concentrate more fully on their jobs.

What are the advantages and disadvantages of child care centers? ›

There are many advantages to day care, including structure, an educated staff and social opportunities for the children and the parents. However, there are many disadvantages, too, including the fact that children in day care get sick more often, it's expensive and it's not always convenient.

What are the benefits of outdoor play childcare? ›

Outdoor experiences can provide an opportunity to explore, discover and appreciate the natural world, as well as be active, strengthen fine and gross motor movement skills, test physical limits and get messy. Time spent in the outdoors should be an important part of the daily program for all children, including babies.

What are the disadvantages of onsite? ›

Disadvantages Of Onsite Working

Keeping the lights on can be costly, from lease arrangements to electricity, stationery, IT hardware, and refreshments! Aside from office expenses, hiring and training staff to manage your growing client base can be costly.

What is work on site disadvantages? ›

Cons of Working Full-Time (On-Site)
  • Lack of Work-Life Balance. With a 40+ hour work schedule (excluding weekends), you are less likely to have time for other non-work pursuits, such as family, faith, and education. ...
  • High Chances of a Redundant Career. ...
  • Increased Work-Related Stress. ...
  • Shallow Resume. ...
  • Lack of Work Autonomy.
Oct 10, 2022

What are the disadvantages of on site training? ›

On-the-job training
It can be tailored to the needs of the business, such as using the specific machinery that the business usesIt is unlikely to bring new ideas and skills into the business
Easy to organise and can be completed at short noticeThe employee providing the training may be ineffective
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What is the most important role of a childcare? ›

Childcare workers attend to children's needs while helping to foster early development. They may help younger children prepare for kindergarten or assist older children with homework.

What is the most important thing to working with children? ›

Patience. Patience is crucial when working with children because they have unique ways of processing information that differ from adults. It can be challenging to bridge the gap between your knowledge and their understanding, leading to potential frustration.

What are 5 ways companies are benefiting by providing child care benefits? ›

what are five ways that companies are benefiting by providing childcare and early education benefits? Less turnover and absenteeism,better work attitudes,attraction of new employees and improvement of community relations.

Why are companies forcing people to go back to the office? ›

A recent poll of more than 150 U.S. CEOs reveals a startling reason why many companies are enforcing a return to office. The study indicates that many organizations are struggling to foster strong communication, collaboration and team bonding in these environments.

How do you encourage return to office? ›

Many employees will feel hesitant to return to the office, so be sure to check in with them regularly. Consider scheduling meetings (company-wide and one-on-ones) with employees so they feel heard and supported. Listen to their concerns about returning to the office and address them accordingly.

Why are companies forcing employees to come back to the office? ›

Many workers have become accustomed to the flexibility and freedom that come with remote work, and employers who refuse to allow it are facing backlash. Employers are forcing their employees back to the office to impose control over workers, but they are failing to recognize that remote work enables worker power.

When should moms go back to work? ›

While six weeks has long been the traditional timeline for rest and recuperation after a birth, the American College of Obstetricians and Gynecologists recommends ongoing postpartum care from birth to 12 weeks. Six weeks is also the standard recovery time allotted for childbirth-related short-term disability leave.

Is it worth going back to work after baby? ›

Fortunately, research suggests that children don't experience any harm when their moms work outside the home. The decision to stay at home or return to work is very personal, and there is no one “right” decision for everyone. Keep in mind that a happy mommy will mean a happier baby!

Is it hard to go back to work after being a stay-at-home mom? ›

As a stay-at-home mom returning to the workforce after a long absence, the process can seem daunting. If you still have an intense caregiving role, it will be harder. Instead of just excelling at your new role, you may still feel the need to stay on top of everything else motherhood entails.

What are 4 benefits of employee involvement? ›

The main benefits of employee involvement and empowerment are enhanced morale, more productivity, healthier coworker relationships, creative thinking and worker retention at the company.

What are some pros and cons of being a childcare worker? ›

Pros of being a child care worker
  • Opportunity to help and teach children. ...
  • Ease of obtaining requirements. ...
  • Opportunities to be creative. ...
  • Flexible hours and standard work schedule. ...
  • Low salary. ...
  • Physical exhaustion. ...
  • Difficult children and parents. ...
  • Exposure to illness.
Feb 16, 2023

What are two benefits of staff involvement? ›

Employee involvement gives employees a sense of belonging to the organization. As a result, they become more dependable. They accept greater responsibility for their work and achieve better results. This increases the possibilities for creative thinking and problem-solving in the workplace.

What are the weaknesses of a childcare? ›

Drawbacks of childcare programs:
  • Attending a childcare facility often results in illness. ...
  • There's less individual attention.
  • Waiting lists are common.
  • Childcare programs can be costly.
  • Childcare facilities often face high staff turnover, which can make it difficult for children to form healthy attachments.
Feb 13, 2019

Is daycare better than staying home with mom? ›

While staying at home can ensure that you would witness every milestone your child reaches, it may also mean a financial crunch for your family. On the other hand, a daycare helps your child develop social skills faster, whereas infants at home may find it difficult to interact.

What are the 5 benefits of outdoor activities? ›

Benefits of Being Outdoors and Physical Activity
  • You will be happier. Exercising outdoors isn't just good for your physical health. ...
  • Your self-esteem will improve. Outdoor exercise stimulates all five senses in a way that indoor activities cannot. ...
  • Vitamin D levels go up. ...
  • You will exercise longer and burn more calories.
Apr 2, 2020

What are 3 benefits of outdoor play for a child's development? ›

Playing outdoors allows children to develop self-confidence, independence and self-esteem. They also become aware of limits, boundaries and challenge in their play. When children are used to playing outdoors, they are more likely to: try new activities.

Why is outdoor play better than indoor play? ›

Why outdoor play is important. Playing outside gives your child the chance to explore the natural environment and have adventures. Your child can play games, test their physical limits, express themselves and build their self-confidence. Outdoor play can also mean more mess – and more mess often means more fun!

What are the benefits of on-site? ›

Onsite allows for easier monitoring and management of employees' activities. Being onsite offers a more efficient work setup, for instance a fast and stable internet connection, powerful workstations, additional monitors, and access to printers.

What are the advantages of on-site services? ›

A huge benefit of onsite IT support is its ability to provide hands-off IT management for an organization. Businesses that conduct their IT in-house often run into issues that are time-consuming to resolve, keeping resources juggling business functions and IT concerns and leading to decreased productivity.

What are the greatest challenges of working off site? ›

Work From Home Problems Your Employees Might Encounter
  • Developing Blurred Work-Life Boundaries. ...
  • Inadequate Practical Equipment. ...
  • Hovering Supervisors. ...
  • Employee Isolation. ...
  • Resolving Technical Challenges. ...
  • Increased Cybersecurity Risk. ...
  • Mis-aligned Team Performance. ...
  • Employee Loyalty and Retention.
Aug 22, 2022

What is the importance of working on site? ›

Pros of working onsite

Working on location allows you to work as part of a team, increasing collaboration and improving productivity. It may also promote a competitive work environment where employees motivate each other as they strive to do their best.

What is the difference between on site and remote? ›

What's the difference between on-site vs hybrid vs remote teams? On-site teams usually work every day from a business premises in a fixed location. By contrast, hybrid teams work some days in the office and some days at home (or remotely). Fully remote teams don't work from an office or fixed location at all.

Why is onsite training important? ›

On-site training opens up a more intimate and interactive space that allows for relationship building and engagement. Employees and teams can acquire new knowledge in a real-life setting while honing practical skills to boost their on-the-job productivity.

What is the benefits of on-the-job training? ›

On-the-job training allows current or future co-workers to learn new skills together and support each other through challenging concepts. The collaborative learning environment helps build trust between employees and helps develop valuable teamwork skills.

What is your greatest strength in childcare? ›

5 Skills & Qualities a child care worker must have
  1. Decision – making skills. While taking care of children there are going to be many situations where the child care worker must act quickly and make an appropriate judgment to fix the problem. ...
  2. Being patient.
  3. Communication skills.
  4. Monitoring skills.
  5. Being enthusiastic.

What makes you unique as a childcare worker? ›

Example: "What makes me unique as a Child Care Worker is my love for children. Attending to the basic needs of children comes naturally to me and my friendly nature makes it easy to win the love of children. In my previous roles, my colleagues often joked that I have the energy of a seven-year-old.

What is the most important role of an early childhood educator? ›

Early Childhood Educators inspire, encourage and promote children's education, care and rights. They also have a huge responsibility to ensure children feel safe and secure within their environments while creating a space for children to be and make meaning of the world.

What motivates you to work with children? ›

Why do I like to work with kids?
  • Working with kids is fun! I love that no single day at work is the same! ...
  • I learn from the children I'm working with every day! I admire children's: ...
  • Children motivate me to be a better person. ...
  • Helping children (and their families) is the most rewarding job I can think of!

How do you build positive relationships in childcare? ›

To build positive relationships with others, children need to develop 'social competence' and the ability to interact with others with care, empathy and respect. Social competence is the foundation that allows children to understand and self-regulate their own emotions and negotiate their interactions with others.

What are your strengths as an early childhood educator? ›

10 Qualities of Great Early Childhood Educators
  • Patience. Full of curiosity and excitement, and eager to learn, touch, and do, little kids can be impulsive and reactive. ...
  • Passion for Teaching. ...
  • Love for Young Children. ...
  • Caring and Compassion. ...
  • Flexibility. ...
  • Empathy. ...
  • Creativity. ...
  • Organization.
Aug 13, 2021

What are family friendly benefits in the workplace? ›

Some sought-after benefits include:
  • Paid parental leave – including maternity, paternity and adoption leave.
  • Flexible work arrangements and hours.
  • Childcare assistance.
  • Financial and legal planning.
  • Coverage of fertility services.
  • Caregiving support.
  • Paid bereavement leave.
Jul 25, 2022

What are some unethical behaviors in childcare? ›

Examples of unethical conduct would be:
  • Treating children in different ways and not equally.
  • Avoiding to help a child or young person because you don't like them.
  • Not giving certain children or families the help and advice they need.
  • Buying gifts for children or young people.
Feb 2, 2023

Why do companies want people back in the office? ›

Employers are forcing their employees back to the office to impose control over workers, but they are failing to recognize that remote work enables worker power. In fact, remote work is empowering workers by giving them more control over their lives and work.

How do you incentivize employees to return to office? ›

10 popular return-to-office incentives
  1. A flexible work model. Support schedule and location flexibility. ...
  2. Team days. Team days (or weeks, for distributed teams) in the office bring everyone together meaningfully. ...
  3. Workspace options. ...
  4. Mentoring and training. ...
  5. Focus time. ...
  6. Meeting-free days. ...
  7. Food and drink. ...
  8. Commuter benefits.
Dec 27, 2022

How do I get my workers back into the office? ›

9 tips on how to get employees back to the office
  1. Listen to your employees. ...
  2. Be transparent. ...
  3. Be flexible and open to change. ...
  4. Create a safe space. ...
  5. Be inclusive and understanding. ...
  6. Invest in team-building and company culture. ...
  7. Focus on incentives rather than consequences. ...
  8. Review employee contracts.
May 6, 2022

What are the 5 most common unethical behaviors in the workplace? ›

The ERC reported that employees most often observe the following five unethical behaviors in the workplace: 1) employees misusing company time, 2) supervisors abusing subordinates, 3) employees stealing from their employers, 4) employees lying to their employers, and 5) employees violating company internet policies.

What is an example of an ethical conflict in childcare? ›

A common ethical dilemma is when a parent requests an educator not to let the child take a late afternoon nap in the service so that the family's nighttime sleep schedule is not disturbed by a waking child.

What are the 3 most common examples of unethical behavior that occur in everyday business practices? ›

5 Most Common Unethical Behaviors Ethics Resource Center (ERC) Survey
  • Misuse of company time. Whether it is covering for someone who shows up late or altering a timesheet, misusing company time tops the list. ...
  • Abusive Behavior. ...
  • Employee Theft. ...
  • Lying to employees. ...
  • Violating Company Internet Policies.
Jul 2, 2016

Can I refuse to work back in the office? ›

While it may not be in the best interest for an employer to fire the 50 percent of employees who don't follow protocol to return to the office, legally, the company has every right to do so.

Can companies require you to come back to the office? ›

Key findings: 66% of employers currently require employees to work from office. 90% of companies will require employees to return to office in 2023. 21% of companies will fire workers who do not return to the office.

Can a company force you to go back to the office? ›

While you can be required to report to work, there are a few exceptions. However, before you tell your employer that you aren't returning to the office, consult a qualified attorney first.

How do you negotiate a return to work? ›

calm or confident. more you talk about what you want and why, the more likely you are to get it. don't be afraid to make lots of suggestions. If you're asking for flexible hours/location make sure you present the business case of how it can work for the team rather than just for you.

Can you fire an employee for refusing to return to the office? ›

Generally, an employer has no obligation to retain an employee who refuses to return to the office. There are some instances, however, where firing an employee or denying further work-from-home arrangements may result in legal repercussions under the Americans with Disabilities Act (“ADA”).


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