21st century employees have made it known that family and lifestyle benefits are top priority and 83% would change jobs to obtain them.
Family-friendly policies not only help to retain talent and reduce turnover costs, they also help increase productivity, employee satisfaction and diversity as well as support that next generation with the best start in life.
Quality early care and education gives parents peace of mind and improves children's behavioral, cognitive and health outcomes, creating a stronger, smarter and kinder future Wisconsin workforce.
Join Eloise Anderson; Secretary, Wisconsin Department of Children and Families Mark Tyler; CEO of OEM Fabricators,Inc., Anna Stern; Vice President of Tri-North Builders and Ruth Schmidt; Executive Director of Wisconsin Early Childhood Association and Jon Hochkammer; Outreach Manager, Wisconsin Counties Association to learn how to create family-friendly policies and lasting partnerships between business and early care and education providers.
Sign-in and networking (coffee and pastries provided) will take place from 9:30-10:00 am.
Please register below (it doesn't matter which pre-registration box you choose).
10:00am - 12:00pm CDT
Madison Central Library, 201 W Mifflin St, Room 301 Madison, WI 53703