If work gets a bit too intense for Carole Gailor, she takes a "baby break" and walks up to Gailor Wallis & Hunt's second-floor loft, which houses a nursery for the children of the seven-attorney firm's attorneys and employees. The trend of on-site day care has been catching on in the past few years among firms large and small. Law firms see it as a way to enhance a work-life balance and a means to help boost their numbers of women partners by making it more attractive for them to remain with the firm.
On-Site Day Care Starting to Catch On at Law Firms
The National Law Journal
April 12, 2007