Kate Middleton Requests Workplaces To Support Parents With Young Children

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Kate Middleton reportedly urges businesses to help carers and families with small children. The Princess of Wales recently wrote an opinion piece for the Financial Times in which she emphasized how crucial the initial five years of a child’s life are for their development and the need for assistance for the parents as well as the kids in order to create a positive environment in which they may flourish.

In one of her recent interviews, Kate Middleton commented on how firms these days are indulging more in looking for soft skills, such as creativity, cooperation, and adaptability amongst others, and said how fascinating it is to observe that frequently the manifestations of those talents are laid throughout the early years of life. She further added that in order to focus more on the development of early childhood she has launched an advisory group as well. 

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She has put a lot of emphasis on creating a healthy work culture and calls for offices to create a positive workspace for employees, especially those who have young children to look after. The purpose of the task force continues Kate Middleton, is to plan a strategy that would create a ‘social’ side of workplaces and attempt to make it work across various organizations. 

Being a mother to three wonderful children, the Duchess of Cambridge, Kate Middleton thinks that everyone in the world has a certain duty toward creating a nurturing and supportive world for children as well as those who take care of them. She further adds how great it is to witness business leaders putting the topic of childhood at the center of their organizations.

She continues that businesses with their enormous accessibility to their workers, customers, and the bigger community, indeed play a critical role in the upliftment of society as their engagement may have a transformational influence on the betterment of future generations.