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Three ways in which the Covid19 Pandemic will change your employee’s childcare arrangements

Childcare is a key requirement for both working parents and employers and it’s highly likely that the Covid19 crisis will cause a significant and fundamental change to childcare for the foreseeable future. As schools and childcare providers prepare to reopen on 1st June, working parents should not be left to feel that managing childcare...

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6 tips to become a family-friendly employer

6 simple ways to become a more family-friendly employer

A guide on becoming a more family-friendly employer. Welcome to our guide to help you become a more family-friendly employer. Free childcare for parents to attend Christmas parties, is the latest in a line of novel ideas to help out working parents.  As an employer, you’ll likely to want to create lasting change in...

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Top 10 Flexible Working Arrangements

Top 10 Flexible Working Arrangements

The Flexible Working movement is definitely on the rise and it’s about time too. For some, flexible working is nothing more than starting work earlier or later but for others, it’s the integral piece that allows them to manage their home and work lives. As an employer, it’s key to recognise that flexible working isn’t a “one size fits...

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An Alternative to Childcare Vouchers

Catapillr has developed an alternative to Childcare Vouchers, following the closure of the scheme to new members, in October 2018.  This change has meant that employers can no longer support new employees with their childcare costs and hence people moving jobs have lost a childcare perk, that was worth up to £933 per year...

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