Does your employer offer Backup Care?

School is closed. A child gets sick. A parent breaks a hip.
The nanny goes on vacation. A spouse has surgery. Life happens.

Get access to quality care, when you need it. Ask your HR team if you have Backup Care

Care@Work Backup Care is high quality, vetted in-home and in-center care, whenever and wherever you need it. An essential benefit for busy employees like you.

Our award-winning technology combined with our consumer-first approach makes it easy for you to secure care based on your personal preferences and schedule. Book through the Care@Work mobile app or website, or speak with our dedicated team of customer service professionals who are available 24x7, year-round.

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The C@W service was great! We actually initially tried to book care through my husband's work with another backup care provider. We didn't hear back after 5 days so cancelled that request. Care@Work is so much better. Phone lines are super responsive (vs. the other provider where we were on the line for 20 minutes and finally hung up). The follow-up was awesome, booking was fast for our super last-minute attempt, we got a phone notification, a call from Care@Work, as well as a call from our babysitter to confirm.