Developer and manager of employer-sponsored child care centers. With 75% of the women in the U.S. between ages 25-49 entering the work force, and over 67% of the projected entrants into the work force in the 1990s being women, the demand for these services are ever increasing. Employers who have sponsored these facilities discovered lower worker turnover, enhanced recruiting, lower total work days lost, and better morale and productivity. The company enters into all agreements with corporate clients as partners. The client assumes all facility costs and the company sets the parents' fees to cover operating expenses. The corporate client then pays the company a performance-based management fee directly. Currently, there are 36 centers in operation, six centers under construction, and commitments for six more.