Overview: The economic crisis provides the time to prepare employers to create child care options, robust work/life policies, and creative approaches to "balance" work responsibilities and the changing personal and family commitments of employees.
Cornell Research on Productivity Benefits of Child Care Supports to Workers in NYC
Full Report on The Working Parents for a Working New York Project.
- Related impact briefs:
Evaluation Reports on Cornell's Child Care Grant Program
- Morrissey, Taryn and Mildred E. Warner. 2009. "Employer-Supported Child Care: Who Participates?" Journal of Marriage and Family, vol. 71: 1340-1348.
- Shellenback, Karen. 2009. Child Care & Cornell Child Care Grant Subsidy Program Survey: Impact on the Cornell Community, Summary Report.
- Shellenback, Karen, 2007. Cornell Child Care Grant Subsidy Program, Online Survey - Evaluation Report 2007.
- Shellenback, K. 2004. Child Care and Parent Productivity: Making the Business Case, Ithaca, NY: Cornell Univ. Dept of City and Regional Planning.
Conference Materials and Resources
"Designing Work-Family Policies for Families, Employers and Gender Equity"
September, 16, 2010
Professor Warner presented at the "Designing Work-Family Policies for Families, Employers and Gender Equity" event sponsored by the Institute for Women's Policy Research and the New America Foundation in Washington, DC on September 16, 2010. See slides from the presentation.
"Preparing for the New Century: Innovative Work and Family Strategies"
June 3-4, 2009, Cornell University
View the conference program.
Conference summary and policy recommendations, distributed by Committee for Economic Development
Report on the conference: Shellenback, Karen and Mildred E. Warner 2009. "Integrating Care, Work and Community: New Policies for a New Economy, A Report from the Cornell University Conference: Preparing for the New Century: Innovative Work and Family Strategies."