Look who's minding the children: J&J pins high hopes on home-based approach

September 2006
Employee Benefit News;Sep2006, Vol. 20 Issue 11, p57
The article reports on innovative approach taken by Johnson & Johnson to child care benefits for its employees. The commitment of the company to leveraging supplies of books, equipment, toys and curriculum is aimed at providing a high-quality benefit that focuses on fostering child development.


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