What you should be doing for your office holiday party
Holiday party plans are in full-swing – date-picking, venue booking, food planning. In recent years, responsible companies have gone so far as covering the costs of rides home for their staff. Often overlooked is the added work and expense that holiday parties ask employees with families to shoulder. Are the kids invited? Of not — who’s on childcare duty? Grandparents? In-laws? Friends?
For many – family childcare isn’t an option. Besides the organizational burden, there’s the financial cost of booking a babysitter.
Forward thinking companies like consumer insights analytics house Fresh Intelligence believe in a better way to support their employees – they chip in to cover the childcare.
“I have 4 kids – I know what it’s like to try to book a babysitter” says Fresh Intelligence CEO Corrine Sandler. “The least we could do is chip in to cover the cost so that our staff-with-kids can enjoy the evening like everyone else!”
Many companies are turning to Toronto-based Datenight Babysitting to lend a hand with the organizational tasks that childcare invariably requires. Some companies opt to cover a one-month Membership fee while others cover the cost of childcare entirely. For many companies, the best part is that it’s entirely hands off – they procure a Member code and Datenight bills them for the staff service plan they select, leaving parents to make all decisions determining which babysitters are the best fit for their families.
Datenight Babysitting has booked thousands of dates between Toronto and Ottawa – why not let them help you help your employees?
To learn more and to set up a corporate account code – contact Datenight Babysitting at firstname.lastname@example.org