Childcare, OOSH Care, Working Parents & National Productivity

24 Mar 2013 7:35 PM | Anonymous

economic Security4Women (eS4W) welcomes the recent government announcements of increased investment in childcare and out of school hours care that will go some way to retaining the skills and experience of childcare workers and to exploring more flexible child care options: Both of which will lead to improved opportunities for working parents, especially mothers and increased productivity.  “The dynamics of the labour market are changing and we must ensure we have a child care system to support those changes; one that gives working parents the flexibility they need to secure employment while reassuring them that their children have the highest quality care available” said Sandra Cook, chair of eS4W.  Full article:  Media Release – eS4W ChildOOSHCare 22Mar13

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