While the words â€œsnow dayâ€ are often music to a childâ€™s ears, those words can bring headaches to working parents who must scramble to find a sitter on short notice.
*Every year, the average working parent misses nine days of work because of child-related issues and the number jumps to 13 when children are in school.
*Employee absences are costly to businesses. According to a study by Cornell University, child-related absences cost companies $3 billion a year nationwide.
The national on-demand, full service babysitting company is now offering a Corporate Babysitting Program.Through its new Corporate Account Program, SeekingSitters helps companies provide safe, reliable and flexible care to the businesses or their employees around the specific need. SeekingSitters does all of the work:They find the sitters and then thoroughly screen them using in-house, licensed private investigators. All job details and billing is handled online so a company can easily look up past charges or edit employee accounts as needed.
SeekingSittersâ€™ Corporate Accounts offer a solution with quality care, so the employees can focus on work. SeekingSitters can provide child care for the following:
-Back Up Child Care
-Employee Benefits & Gifts
The process is simple and itâ€™s all handled online and by a local owner. Once a sitter is requested, SeekingSitters handles the rest, whether it is a one-time, regular or last minute need. Knowing children are safe can improve worker efficiency and reduce absences. SeekingSitters services can be offered as part of a companyâ€™s Employee Benefits Package and allot funds to employees. SeekingSitters only bills clients when they use the service. In addition, employers can give babysitting services as gifts or bonuses. For more information about Corporate Accounts or to schedule an interview with the founders, local owners or companies utilizing the service, contact Diane White at (918) 906-6664 or firstname.lastname@example.org.You can find out more at www.seekingsitters.com. Please mention you found this on KatyMagazine.com.