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Everyday, occasional, and backup care
Address diverse care needs across your entire workforce

"Successful People Have Messy Lives" - SVP, HR

Managing career and family responsibilities is an increasing challenge, especially given that 79% of couples in the US workforce are dual-earners. Whether employees are caring for young children, older children with special needs, aging parents, or even pets, we help solve these challenges and more:

  • Child wakes up sick and can't go to day care
  • School closed because of snow emergency
  • Regular caregiver for special needs child is ill
  • Aging parent who lives across the country falls and breaks her hip
  • An older child is struggling with math and needs a tutor
  • Employee is attending an out-of-town conference and needs a pet sitter
  • Executive is on a business trip and needs a housekeeper while away

Employees need help finding care providers they can trust, so they have peace of mind while away from their dependents at work each day. Care.com is a proven solution that connects your employees to caregivers for every need.

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Did You Know...
  • Among working mothers in two-parent, two-income households, 80% had to take time off from work in order to resolve a care crisis.
    - 2010 State of Care Index
  • The number of single-father families in the U.S. has doubled since 1990.
    - According to a recent study by Fordham University as reported by The New York Times, June 2, 2011