Caregiving Affects Your Workforce and Impacts Your Bottom Line.
20% of employees are caring for an aging loved one. Many are providing care 20 hours or more each week. This trend is expected to continue for the next 20 years.
Higher Insurance Costs
Because the stress of caregiving takes a toll on the health and well-being of caregivers, they cost their employers an estimated 8% more in health care costs than employees without caregiving responsibilities.
Loss of Productivity
Caregiving impacts productivity. The costs associated with replacing employees, absenteeism, workday distractions, supervisory time, and reductions in hours take a toll on businesses. The annual cost to employers per working caregiver is estimated at $2,110.
You support them off the job. You get their best on the job.
The Connections™ Series
Focuses employees on their wellbeing – which strengthens your bottom line.
Caregivers learn a framework for healthy caregiving
- Adapting to continuous change
- Developing a network of shared responsibility
- Coordinating, problem solving, planning
- Creating flexible boundaries
- Finding balance and wellbeing
Families learn a framework for empowered aging
- Cultivating meaning and purpose
- Adapting to life transitions
- Building strong social networks
- Practicing self-care as an approach to life design
- Harvesting wisdom and giving back
- Planning for the practicalities of aging and end of life