Category: working while caring

Working While Caring Offers Vision for the Future of Work

Employers Design Solutions to Better Support Caregivers in the Workplace AMERICUS, Ga. — The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers (RCI) today released “Working While Caring: Innovations and Interventions to Support Caregivers in the Workplace,” a vision for the future of work for caregivers. The report is the result of RCI’s Innovation Lab, a yearlong employer

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Aging In Place Is All The Rage, But It Is Not Easy

Aging In Place Is All The Rage, But It Is Not Easy It has become increasingly popular to promote home as a setting for both sophisticated medical treatment and long-term care, and often for good reason. But supporters of this trend need to recognize and reduce the burden it places on families who must take

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Caregiving Benefits Can Support Workers—and the Bottom Line

Online Publication: Offering caregivers flexibility can aid recruitment and retention When it comes to providing caregiving benefits to employees, times have changed. Onsite child care, once the gold standard of caregiving benefits, may not be as necessary or compelling in a remote and hybrid working environment. READ MORE ONSHRM.ORG

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New White Paper Reveals Why One-in-Five Employees are at Risk of Leaving the Workforce, and What Employers Can Do to Help

The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers publishes new White Paper titled, “Invisible Overtime: What employers need to know about caregivers.” Americus, GA – In addition to their paid jobs, approximately one in five employees serves as an unpaid caregiver for a loved one who is aging, ill, or disabled.  Today, the Rosalynn Carter Institute for

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