A Controversial Child-Care Study Has a Message for HR

Wiscombe, Janet
June 2001
Workforce (10928332);Jun2001, Vol. 80 Issue 6, p17
Addresses the need to establish child care programs and family-friendly work environments for working mothers in the United States. Association between child care and behavioral problems; Role of compassion in business success.


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