Fitness for the Masses

Our Programs Fit Your Needs

Precious Time Services

On-site child care is a smart, cost-effective way to create a supportive work environment. Quality on-site care reduces employees’ worries so they can focus on their jobs and increase productivity. The employee benefit is of benefit to employers too. Recent studies show that a family supportive work place makes it easier to recruit and retain employees.

Safe and Secure Child Care Facility

  • care available for sick children in participation with another facility
  • customized nutritional meals
  • web cam monitoring system
  • highly trained and committed care givers
  • beneficial adult-to-child ratios

State of the Art Curriculum

  • learning centers
  • recreation and artistic development
  • child assessments
  • infant and toddler programs
  • tailored educational programs
  • age appropriate activities, toys and games

Parent Services

  • after school care up to 12 years of age
  • extended hours
  • back up child care
  • summer programs
  • parents’ night out

Corporate Services

  • Precious Time program effectiveness audits
  • work/life consulting services
  • elder care resource



Multi Purpose Room

Providing Services to Employers & Their Employees

Increase Employee Productivity
52% of businesses partnering to provide quality child care to their employees reported an increase in productivity and retention.

Precious Time Benefits Employers

Precious Time tailors its programs and services to meet your needs so that you can enjoy the important employer benefits reported by companies with on-site child care:

Increased Employee Moral

  • 62% reported higher employee moral

Increased Employee Productivity

  • 52% reported an increase in productivity

Reduced Absenteeism

  • 54% reported reduced absenteeism

Reduced Turnover Rate

  • 37% reported reduced turnover rates

Tax Benefit

  • Companies enjoy a healthy tax benefit, as a large portion of the expense can be attributed to “good will”

Employer of Choice

  • Increased effectiveness in recruiting the top prospects in the field

1998 survey conducted by The Family & Work Institute