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woman and elderly man It’s not a question of whether your employees will have a family crisis; it’s just a matter of when. Plenty of employees are dealing with caregiving challenges and need assistance. (Photo: iStock)

Seventy percent of working caregivers report work-related difficulties due to their dual roles, according to the National Alliance for Caregiving. That’s more than six million people who say it’s hard—and stressful—to be an employee and a caregiver to a family member at the same time.

I can attest to the truth of that statement. I am one of the 70 percent. And I am also just like many of the over 18,000 users whose stories and data are captured in Torchlight’s recent report Modern Caregiving Challenges Facing U.S. Employees. This is my story.

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