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Published By: Bright Horizons     Published Date: Dec 14, 2016
Dependent-care breakdowns are a serious risk to business continuity. With child care already a challenge for much of the workforce, and elder care responsibilities on the upswing due to the aging population, smart organizations are moving toward a response strategy.
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business continuity, employee well-being, workforce productivity, retention, engagement, recruitment, child care, back-up child care, child care centers, elder care, dependent care, employer solutions, employee benefits, family-friendly workplace, working parents, work-life balance
    
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Published By: Bright Horizons     Published Date: Jul 24, 2017
A prefect storm is brewing for employees in the “Sandwich Generation.” It’s a critical juncture: child care needs colliding with elder care demands right when employees are in key professional roles – and so exceptionally valuable to employers. Download our eBook to learn how to reduce absenteeism and improve productivity for employees managing their careers and care for both their children and aging parents.
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elder care, child care, employee retention, dependent care, back-up care, sandwich generation, work-life, absenteeism, presenteeism
    
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Published By: LTC Financial Partners     Published Date: Sep 24, 2009
The book contains seven chapters that cover tax advantages, multi-Life advantages, policy design, plan communication and implementation. The fact sheet will be an eye opener for any business owner. With stats like the annual cost to companies for workers lost productivity due to elder care responsibilities is estimated at $2,110.00 per employee, to the tune of 33.6 billion a year; a business owner cannot afford not to pay attention.
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long term, financial, life, policy, tax, insurance
    
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