Starbucks To Help With Child Care

Starbucks To Help With Child Care

Starbucks announced today that it will begin offering subsidized backup child care for all of its U.S. employees, including part-time workers.  Starbucks has joined with Care.com to offer Care@Work, an online service connecting families and caregivers.  All Starbucks partners (employees) who work at U.S. company-owned stores will receive 10 subsidized backup care days a year for kids and adults. 

With more than 180,000 U.S. partners, Starbucks is among the largest retailers to offer this benefit. Under the program, employees will pay $1 for in-home care and $5 per day for daycare center fees.  Just 4% of employers offer similar backup care subsidies. 

A company pitching in money for employees' child care is an extremely rare benefit, so kudos to Starbucks!  

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