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Three things Nebraska employers need to know about child care

Nebraska employers statewide face serious challenges when it comes to attracting and retaining talented workers. If you’re an employer with parents of young children on staff, you can bet child care impacts their income, quality of life and ability to stay engaged at work. And that affects your company's productivity and growth. 

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August 01, 2019  |  Posted in General

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