How three healthcare organizations implement family-friendly policies, and how you can, too
From flexible work schedules to childcare programs to family leave policies, many organ-izations now offer a wide range of company benefits intended to help employees successfully balance their home and work lives. "Today people spend a lot of time at their job, and we know that probably the most important thing is [that it's] not just about salary and benefits, but it's about the work environments, being made to feel that you're valued, you're recognized for doing a good job, and that you make a difference," says Marilyn Potgiesser, RN, HR director at Bronson Healthcare Group in Kalamazoo, MI.
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