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Sandwiched: When Caring for Parents Becomes a Workplace Issue

Statistics show that increasingly more employees are also family caregivers for their aging parents. Businesses are reporting lost productivity, increased healthcare utilization and employee turnover. With the graying of the Boomer generation, these trends pose an urgent need for businesses to plan for the needs of their working family caregivers. Call Continuum today to learn about our eldercare services and educational workshops as a value added benefit for businesses in St. Louis and St. Charles counties.

Downloadable Tools and Tips for Caregiving Health in the Workplace:

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Web Resources for Family Caregivers in the Workplace:
Click the links below to access resource websites to learn more about family caregivers in the workplace and the benefits of eldercare programs.

Why is Elder Care an Important Workplace Issue?
The information on this document is provided by the Sloan Work and Family Research Network at Boston College and covers statistics and reports on how elder care is affecting the workplace.