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✨New Episode 🎙Childcare Is A Workplace Issue
On this episode, Blessing and Andrea discussed why Blessing’s Instagram blew up over the weekend over a controversial Netflix show, why she took the post down, and why men need to show up for women at home and in the workplace.
Today’s guest Charles Bonello is the Co-Founder & CEO of Vivvi, overnight he went from being a father of one to three, and continues to navigate childcare challenges not only for himself, but for his employees, companies and families in New York and across the country.
Vivvi provides exceptional child care and early education. With programs across the country, including on-campus, in-home, in-office, care cash and virtual tutoring, Vivvi partners with employers of all sizes to make child care more accessible and affordable. By helping companies cater to working parents and providing a comprehensive vision for today’s families, Vivvi offers the most powerful tool for recruiting, retention and productivity.
In partnership with Vivvi, we have put together various toolkits that can help you find the right care for your child and support your discussion with your manager on bringing subsidized childcare to parents in the workplace.
Learn more about why smart companies subsidize childcare and how you can bring one to your workplace. Download the toolkit.
How to find care that’s a match for your family’s needs. Download the toolkit.
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