Bright Horizons Named One of FORTUNE's "100 Best Companies to Work For" for 19th Time
"At Bright Horizons, our goal has been and will always be to create a culture and workplace where every employee is welcomed, respected, celebrated and feels a sense of belonging," said Bright Horizons Chief Executive Officer
Bright Horizons offers benefits, programs and incentives designed to support employees in their educational and professional journey and to support their health, well-being and work-family integration. An example of this is the company’s year-old Horizons Teacher Degree Program, which enables teachers to earn a certificate, associate degree and bachelor’s degree in early childhood education at no cost and with no out-of-pocket expenses. It was designed, launched, and is run by the Bright Horizons EdAssist Solutions team, which powers workforce education programs for more than 200 other employers committed to investing in their employees’ futures. The Horizons program exceeded expectations so quickly and successfully that it has become a model that is being shared with other employers.
More than half of the employers on the FORTUNE list, including seven of the top 10, are Bright Horizons clients that provide their employees with workplace education and work-life benefits to help manage their career and family responsibilities.
Bright Horizons was selected among hundreds of companies to be included on this year's list.
To see the complete 2020 FORTUNE 100 Best Companies to Work For® list, visit www.greatplacetowork.com/best-workplaces/100-best/2020.
About Bright Horizons
Bright Horizons is a leading global provider of high-quality child care and early education, back-up care, and workplace employee services. For over 30 years, Bright Horizons has been a champion for working families, designing and providing innovative solutions to help families, employers, and their employees better address the challenges of balancing work and family life. Operating approximately 1,100 child care centers in
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