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Primary caretakers often can’t afford to work, but can’t afford to not work. All they need is one of the following: flexibility, work-from-home options, or affordable child care.
84,000 Utah women have started their own small businesses because larger companies were not meeting their needs
44% of Utah mothers surveyed said they’d utilize child care to work more
Lack of reliable child care has substantial effect on business through lost productivity: $4.4 billion/year for business, $8.3 billion in lost wages
With access to child care, employee attrition decreases by 60% while productivity and morale both increase
Child care is an employee benefit and valuable recruitment tool
Currently, parents shoulder 60% of the cost of child care, government supports 39%, and the businesses who benefit from the resulting workforce only contribute 1%