Are you a Caring Company?

Employers can help employees manage their caregiving
responsibilities—while reducing costs and increasing productivity

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Employers are losing
35 billion annually

because of employees that are unfocused by caregiving

Employers do not measure and thus do not realize the
extent to which employees are burdened by care: Many
employers (52%) do not track data on their employee’s
caregiving responsibilities. Few employers, therefore,
know the significant impact that caregiving has on the
productivity of employees. In the employee survey, three
out of four (73%) employees reported having some type
of current caregiving responsibility.
Have a positive impact on the workplace.

The Importance of Caregiving Benefits

In today’s fast-paced world, where work-life balance is increasingly becoming a priority for employees, organizations are constantly striving to create an environment that promotes employee well-being and satisfaction. One significant way to achieve this is by including caregiving in employees’ benefits packages. By offering support and resources for caregiving responsibilities, employers can enhance retention rates, boost productivity, and improve overall employee attitude.

How big is the problem?

Employers do not measure and thus do not realize the extent to which employees are burdened by care.

Is it holding employees back?

In the absence of a supportive “care culture,” employees worry that admitting to caregiving responsibilities penalizes their career growth.

How much does it affect performance?

Employers do not realize the extent to which caregiving affects employee performance.

What is the cost to the company?

Employers grossly underestimate the direct and indirect costs of caregiving.

Your best employees suffer.

Employers’ higher-titled and more responsible employees are most likely to be affected.

24/7 Responsibilities

Employers underestimate the spectrum of care responsibilities affecting the different demographics in the organization.

Employees don't grow.

Employers know that caregiving impedes employees’ careers.

Better benefits, less fluff.

Employers do not provide the benefits that are valued by employees.

Incorporating caregiving in employees’ benefits packages is a strategic move that brings numerous advantages to organizations. By recognizing and addressing the diverse caregiving responsibilities of employees, organizations can increase retention rates, boost productivity, and foster a positive work environment. Ultimately, including caregiving benefits showcases an organization’s commitment to supporting its employees’ well-being and contributes to a more engaged and satisfied workforce.
Have a positive impact on the workplace.

Including Caregiving in Employees’ Benefits Packages Increases Retention, Productivity, and Attitude!

We can help!

Your employees are stressed out. They are worried about a loved one living alone. They need more time in their day. They are searching for a solution that can help.
Look no further we have the solution for you that enables your loved one to live on their own with dignity and independence while giving you the information you need to make the best possible decision for your loved one all while getting more peace of mind and time back in your life and focus at work!
Financial support, just like reimbursement for childcare but for eldercare expenses, can significantly ease the financial burden associated with caregiving. Employees who receive such assistance are more likely to remain loyal to an organization that values their well-being.
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