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The lasting impact of employer-sponsored child care

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An examination of the effect of employer-sponsored child care arrangements on the recruitment, retention, productivity and attendance of employees, based on data from 3,234 employees using full-service child care centers and 839 employees using employer-sponsored emergency child care
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United States

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