The number of organizations with a babies-at-work benefit has more than doubled to 130 in the past two years, says the Parenting in the Workplace Institute. The key: Set clear guidelines.
For example, W.S. Badger Co. in New Hampshire welcomes babies up to six months old, requires a 20% pay cut for benefit users and designates two volunteer co-workers to serve as helpers.
Find more on Badger’s policy, plus the pros and cons of this trend and tips for creating a policy at www.theHRSpecialist.com/babies.