The scope of what it means to be a caregiver is broad, and many employers remain unaware of how caregiving affects the well-being of their employees.
By Michael Walsh|July 19, 2018 at 11:35 AM
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Think about the people you work with every day—their similarities and differences, their hobbies and family backgrounds, their areas of expertise. Despite their myriad differences, employees of all backgrounds face common challenges that preoccupy their thoughts and pull them away from their work.
A newly released white paper, “Taking Care of Caregivers: Why corporate America should support employees who give their hearts and souls to those in need,” highlights caregiving as an emerging factor that greatly impacts the well-being of today’s workforce.
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61% of employers surveyed consider caregiving benefits to be a top priority for their business and employees, yet 22% consider themselves as below average in developing caregiving benefits. Download this info sheet to help your clients remain competitive by offering a care benefit package.