How KPMG is boosting its support of working parents

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Professional services firm KPMG is joining a growing number of employers beefing up benefits to help support working parents in trying times.

The company is turning to new and enhanced programs to help its employees who are balancing work and family responsibilities, particularly as the new school year begins with virtual and hybrid learning models. Among those benefits are increased backup care, an expanded network of childcare centers, and access to discounted tutoring, academic support and homework assistance.

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