Productivity is key – both personally and professionally. In this age of tech, it’s critical to find tools to help the employee caregiver maximize their ability in both roles. As a result, an increasing number of employers have acknowledged the opportunity to better support employee caregivers through tech-based benefits and offerings. To read more, click here.
ReACT and Convener Drew Holzapfel were prominently featured in a piece by The Washington Post titled, “Aging population prompts more employers to offer elder-care benefits to workers.” The article featured several ReACT members as well as the importance of their work in promoting a culture of care within the workplace. To read the full article, click here.
In a piece by Jody Gastfriend featured in the Harvard Business Review, she discusses the struggle between commitment to work and caregiving. She notes that her situation is no different from others in the sandwich generation, situated between caring for her own children as well as her aging parents. She notes, “Like many caregivers, I…Continue Reading
Speak Up or Sneak Around? Do You Tell An Employer About Your Eldercare Duties? Four reasons we’re reluctant –and five benefits to reaching out. By Paula Spencer Scott Senior Editor, Caring.com Anyone who’s caring for an ailing loved one needs all the help and support he or she can get, right? Yet many caregivers cut themselves…Continue Reading