On June 23, 2014, The White House, the U.S. Department of Labor, and the Center for American Progress will host a Summit on Working Families with a special focus on women and their families. The purpose of the Summit will be to explore ways that businesses can adapt to support working families and identify working family-friendly initiatives that also benefit businesses and the American economy.
From the White House Summit on Working Families one-pager:
Child Care Aware® of America is determined to keep child care and early learning at the forefront of conversations taking place before, during, and after the Summit, but we need your help. Is there a business in your community that understands the importance of quality child care to working parents? We want to hear about it.
Tell us what businesses in your area are doing to support working families and you could be featured in an upcoming post on the Early Directions blog. Please send submissions of 500 words or less to email@example.com no later than May 23.
For more information on The White House Summit on Working Families, sign up to receive Child Care Aware® of America’s emails or visit www.workingfamiliessummit.org.