Join the growing number of companies who are choosing to expand parenting benefits.

Providing new families with much needed support before and after the birth of a baby will ease some of the challenges new parents face, especially, during those early weeks of parenthood. The BBN overnight care program will transform this experience by eliminating the parental stress and anxiety caused by lack of sleep. Employees will begin to look forward to their return to the workforce knowing they will have overnight support in place. Happy employees are more productive and will foster a positive working environment.

Boston Baby Nurse and Nanny Family Benefits Program

Bringing BBN’s Family Benefit to your workplace:

  • Attracts and retains valuable employees
  • Increases employee productivity and workplace satisfaction
  • Promotes a faster and more confident return to work for new parents
  • Saves companies money through retention and high productivity

Support employees with benefits that matter the most.

Contact Boston Baby Nurse and Nanny to discuss Family Benefits packages for your company.

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Current Landscape

  • Of nonworking adults aged 25 to 54 in the United States, 61% of women said family responsibilities were why they weren’t working, compared to 37% of men (NY Times/CBS News Kaiser Family Foundation Poll)
  • Highly educated women are more likely to leave their jobs after having a baby (Vanderbilt University)
  • Only 74% of professional women will rejoin the workforce in any capacity, and 40% will return to full time jobs (Lean In, S Sandberg)

The Problem

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Women are leaving their jobs because it is too challenging to transition back to the workplace.

BBN Survey Results (Fall 2015)

  • 99% of respondents said that the services of an overnight baby nurse improved their quality of sleep and overall productivity in day-to-day activities.
  • 96% of respondents said that the services of an overnight baby nurse improved their ability to return to work after the birth of their baby.
  • 98% of respondents feel that using the services of an overnight baby nurse during maternity leave would help a new mother transition back to the workplace.
  • 97% of respondents felt that using the services of an overnight baby nurse AFTER returning to work would continue to improve a new mother’s transition.