When Senior Care Becomes a Workplace Issue
According to the National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, more than 65 million people in the United States provide an average of 20 hours per week of care for an elderly, chronically ill, or disabled loved one. Additionally, 70% of employees who provide care for a loved one suffer work-related issues as a result. These issues could be impacting your business’s bottom line.
Employees who are caregivers are more likely to:
The bottom line: Caregivers need help. Connecting employees to professional senior care providers reduces stress, improves work-life balance, and enhances employee productivity by 50% because it allows them to stay on the job, miss fewer work days, and remain focused at work.
Solution: The Senior Care Network for Employers and EAPs
Our Senior Care Network workplace solution connects employees to high-quality, vetted senior care providers so they can be confident their loved ones are in good hands.
We work with a network of trusted, vetted providers throughout the state, including:
How It Works
Our professional senior care intake experts individually assess the needs of each interested employee and find the best care provider to meet those needs, alleviating the guess work, confusion, and stress around finding senior care solutions.
Our Vetting Process
Quality and professionalism are of the utmost importance to us; that’s why we have a strict vetting process in place for all the providers with whom we work.
All our senior care providers must provide:
Solutions for Employees, Savings for Businesses
The return on investment of our Senior Care Network program is significant. The time, money, and knowledge lost when employees under-perform or leave because of family caregiving responsibilities is far more costly.
We work directly with a company’s human resources team or Employee Assistance Program (EAP), and we are available to provide in-person presentations and consultations about our program to your management team.