Get In Touch
Employees: To access back-up care, please call 877-BH-CARES or click here.
Employers: Fill out form below to learn more about our solutions.
Thank you

We have received your information and look forward to connecting with you soon.

To access back-up care, please call 877-BH-CARES or click here.

To continue exploring the Bright Horizons family of solutions at work, use the links above or click here.

Should you have any further questions, please contact or call 800-453-9383.

Back-Up Care Helps Employees Complete Their Work

99% of employees say Bright Horizons back-up care helps them complete their work. With 30 days off during the average school calendar, working parents’ absences add up quickly. That not only impacts the parent, but their colleagues, direct reports, and supervisors as well.

Download the Research

Back-Up Care Increases Employee Engagement & Productivity

92% of employees credit Bright Horizons back-up care for their ability to meet work expectations. Without the child care help, many parents have to spend work time trying to track down alternative care for school holidays and summers, detracting from employee engagement and productivity.

Download the Research

Back-Up Care Reduces Employee Absenteeism

87% of employees say because of Bright Horizons back-up care, they worked a day in the last six months they otherwise would have missed. Without back-up care, a mildly ill child who can’t go to her daycare center translates to working parents missing deadlines and critical meetings.

Download the Research

How Bright Horizons Care Advantage Helps Companies

Snow days, sick nannies, and children with the sniffles contribute to 2.8 million workdays lost annually to unplanned absences. But organizations with back-up care for working parents save an average of 550 days per year by providing employees with emergency child care assistance.

Watch Video

Back-Up Care Benefits Employee Retention/Recruitment

91% of employees say that because they have access to Bright Horizons back-up care, they are more likely to continue to work for their employer. Employee retention and recruitment are not just employer-of-choice buzzwords. Employees who leave for better benefits cost their employers upwards of 20% of their salary in hiring, training, and productivity losses.

Download the Research
Awards and Accolades