As the spheres of work and family continue to affect each other, the demand for employer-supported child care will continue to increase. This volume addresses that process. It breaks down the field into manageable steps so that any employer can begin to deal successfully with the needs of his or her own workforce. Employers already involved with support programs can also benefit from this work--the information and worksheets can be used to evaluate existing programs and to answer the question, "Where do I go from here?" The book demonstrates that employers are discovering that indirect support of child care is sometimes better suited to corporate objectives than a child care center on the premises. Adolf and Rose explore these new avenues of employer support and provide illustrations, case histories, and worksheets for gathering and organizing information needed to study the needs of a particular company.