ANNOUNCING A CENTER FOR SICK CHILDREN
Attention Statement: There is a light at the end of the tunnel.
Thesis Statement: The Company that employs us, Maritime Data Research & Services, has reached a verdict that it will open a day care on its premises of which will cater for children between their infantry age to six years old. This is prior to a research that was conducted by the company that showed that 82% of working parents squeezed working hours; work absenteeism, late, or left early; due to children-care inconveniences.
Preview Statement: Unfortunately, we will not be in a position to cater for sick children but nevertheless will open a room but we will reconsider certain factors. It’ll be effective from 15th next month. No charge to current children attending the centre. The daily registration fee will be $20.
First point: Sick children won’t be enrolled for the services but the administrative will open a special room, “Sniffles and snuggles”, for slightly sick children who mustn’t have exceeded the twelve years.
Second point: There facilities are already in use but it will be officially opened on 15th on next month and sick children will have luxuries such as video-watching, staying in bed or playing silent games. However, so as not to strain the facilities and services catered for by the care center, the care-canter management won’t enroll a daily figure of sick children exceeding six.
Third point: The parents who children don’t enroll for the services will be obliged to pay a daily payment of $20 to cater for the services provided by the baby-sitters, the provision of meals and snacks. The sick children will have the privilege of enjoying the facilities of those children who aren’t sick when they are absent.(Illusteated,1994)
Conclusion: It’s the hope of the administration that maximum input will be realized in the company after having curbed the children-care inconveniences that face working parents.
Spokesman, Maritime Data Research & Services.
Illustrated. (1994). Employers and Child Care:Benefiting Work and Family. Derby,PA: DIANE Publishing.