Master of Science (MS)
First Committee Member
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An analysis of a survey on the perception/work attitude of parents was conducted with the participation of working parents of Citibank, Nevada and The Palace Station Hotel/Casino in Las Vegas. An evaluation of the results was used to determine if a positive relationship exists between the perceptions/attitude of parents who have access to child care at their work place and those who do not have child care benefits at work. The results show that parents who have child care at their place of work or have access to child care close to their place of work will suffer less distraction than those who have to make other child care arrangements. The results of this study will help employers determine the benefits that will attract and retain high quality employees.
Care; Centers; Child; Day; Employers; Habits; Hospitality; Impact; Industry Need; Nevada; Parents; Supported; Las Vegas; Vegas; Work
Industrial management; Public administration; Management; Social psychology
University of Nevada, Las Vegas
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Tafa, Joseph Sola, "The impact of child care on the work habits of parents in the Las Vegas hospitality industry: The need for employer-supported day-care centers" (1992). UNLV Retrospective Theses & Dissertations. 218.