Employers fund local child care initiatives

Elswick, Jill
August 2003
Employee Benefit News;Aug2003, Vol. 17 Issue 10, p41
Relates the child-care initiatives and programs offered by companies for working parents in the U.S. Information on the Adopt-a-Center back-up child care program offered by Intel Corp. based in Santa Clara, California; Funds provided by Lucent Technologies to support community-based child care programs; Background on the national child care provider training program launched by Lucent in 2001.


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