Employee satisfaction toward on site child care
Ratnasingam believes that when people receive a company-sponsored service, such as childcare, and it does not meet their expectations, they turn their resentment toward other aspects of their company, including job performance.
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This could be the result of other positive factors, such as colleague support, organizational climate, and job-related fulfillment. Child Care Quarterly, 8 — Can on-site childcare have detrimental work outcomes?
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Benefits of onsite daycare
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