Childcare onus on employers

February 1998
People Management;2/19/1998, Vol. 4 Issue 4, p15
Highlights British employment minister Alan Howarth's talk at the 1998 Parents at Work Employer of the Year Awards, on the need for employers to take more responsibility for childcare provisions. Explanation for the British government's commitment to a national childcare strategy; Suggestions made for employers.


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