MINNEAPOLIS (WCCO) — How much easier would life be if you could drop your kids off at daycare, right at work? It’s a benefit more companies are considering to attract employees.

One of those companies is Pepsi’s headquarters in Purchase, New York.

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Around 70 kids attend Pep-Start, and do yoga, play with blocks, and do arts and crafts.

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The program isn’t free, but because Pepsi takes care of overheard costs like rent, heat and electricity, it’s less expensive than a stand-alone daycare.

Other companies like Home Depot, Mercedes and Starbucks also offer daycare services.

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Best Buy offers a low-cost back up child care benefit.