Compared with many other lawyers with young children, attorney Brian Koide has a good deal, since his law firm, Crowell & Moring, offers nearby day care, where he can visit his 2-year-old twins during the day. Crowell & Moring chose to offer day care as a way to improve its "quality of life" benefits. On-site or nearby day care seems to be a win-win-win situation. But will it stop the flight of lawyers? After all, do lawyers who work 60-hour weeks want to leave their children in day care all that time?
Can On-Site Day Care Stem Lawyer Attrition?
September 11, 2007
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