“We kind of look at it as teambuilding, family-style.” That's how Garen Gouveia, president, Corporate Kids Events, Monterey, Calif., describes his company's child-care service for meetings. “A lot of people are putting in 60- to 80-hour workweeks,” he says. “We think it's important to give them extra time to be with their families.” The service benefits families as well as the companies that use it, he says. “It enables people to see their co-workers in a different way — to meet their ...

Register for Complete Access (Valid Email Required)

By registering on MeetingsNet now, you'll not only gain access to A Family Affair, you'll get exclusive access to a large archive of premium content.

Already registered? here.