1 in 3 employees say the top reason for seeking a new job was better compensation and benefits. Employees also want flexibility, or a better work-life balance.
Nationally, only about 1 in 10 workers have access to employer programs that cover some or all of the costs for child care services — either on the job site or off. The health sector seems to be doing more: About one-third of U.S. hospitals offer child care benefits.
Shortages are driving up health care costs. What can you do?
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