Kids at work: the value of employer-sponsored on-site child care centers
Rachel Connelly, Deborah S. DeGraff, Rachel A. Willis, W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research
W.E. Upjohn Institute for Employment Research, 2004 - Business & Economics - 175 pages
This book examines the value of employer-sponsored on-site child care programs toemployees.
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The Labor Market and Child Care Context in the United States
Economic Framework for the Valuation of ESCC
Description of Study Sites and Data Collection
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_Yes _No 1st shift absenteeism Action and Bell Action Industries African American analysis Bell Manufacturing bias c1ld center-based Central Products Chapter child care arrangements child care benefit child care center child care subsidies children under age closed-ended Connelly Contingent Valuation CV questions Economics effect employee benefits Employees with children employees with young employer-sponsored on-site child employment Environmental Environmental Economics estimate flexible spending account grandparents Hispanic Hmong hypothetical included income increase Industries and Bell Interviewer Note job tenure Journal labor force labor market less married Mean number mean WTP Mode Choice non-users number of children Number of employees offer on-site center users parents pay period payroll deduction percent preschool probit model programs Record relatives available Resource Economics responses secondary arrangements spouse statistical survey Table three firms tion turnover U.S. Census Bureau variable wage women young children