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Why is a company that employs over 189,000 people around the world, and hires about 40,000 people every year, concerned with early childhood?
It’s because all over the globe, countries and companies face a common challenge: How best to strengthen their economy and workforce, while also taking societal concerns into consideration. Early childhood is key to a productive current workforce as well as nations’ future success.
Early Childhood as the Foundation for Tomorrow’s Workforce
Scott Ozanus, COO of KPMG and a member of ReadyNation's CEO Task Force on early childhood, writes for the World Bank blog on how early childhood programs build a strong workforce.
Early Childhood as a Global Workforce Imperative
An American business leader talks human capital and the importance of investing early in Mexico City
A Powerful Unexpected Voice for Kids in Uganda
Dr. Sara Watson and Godwin Othieno write for DevEx about the Ugandan business leaders advocating for investments in early childhood education.
Michael Traill, formerly of Australia’s Macquarie Bank, on Early Education
Michael Traill, former director of Macquarie Bank in Australia, on the importance of early education #StartEarly
Supporting Early Childhood: A Global Imperative, A Local Opportunity
From international CEOs to small-town shop owners, business leaders are making changes that help young children thrive, fulfill their potential, and become productive adults