When looking to attract and retain employees – and when benefit programs are mostly comprised of standard health plans and standard 401(k) programs – employers should consider workplace culture as a key differentiator.

“Culture is our competitive advantage,” said David Lissy, CEO of Bright Horizons, a provider of employer-sponsored child care and back up care, which has more than 20,000 employees worldwide. Lissy and Dan Henry, Bright Horizons’ chief human resources officer were keynote speakers during the recent Great Places to Work annual conference. Following their address, Henry sat down with EBN to answer these rapid-fire questions.

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