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Family-friendly Benefits

Family-friendly (or work-life) benefits- benefits such as child care, elder care, fitness facilities, and flexible work schedules that make it easier for employees to balance their work and family responsibilities.  For example, a survey by the Society for Human resource Management (SHRM) found that about 29% of employers provided at least some type of child-care assistance and 55% offer flexible schedule work arrangements. We’ll look at some examples.

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