Caregiving doesn't stop when your employees clock in.

  


Connect employees with the caregiving tools & support they need to create a happier, more productive workplace. 

Employers Underestimate the Impact

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You don't know what you aren't tracking


Most employers haven't been tracking how many caregivers they have in their workforce, let alone how the role impacts them or their job performance.  We now know that what seemed to be an expected course of events has significant and costly repercussions.  The C-suite executive caring for her mother with Alzheimers is resigning at the peak of her career.  The 30 year old in accounting is missing work as a result of the mounting stress of supporting his wife who is at the bedside of their infant son with a heart condition.  Surprisingly, higher titled and compensated employees are the most likely to leave their position and most likely to report their productivity is impacted.  A recent study indicated that 40% of working caregivers admitted they are unable to fulfill their work responsibilities because of caregiving.

Who are your employees caring for?

Emily

New baby

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William

Child with diabetes

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Eric

Wife with cancer

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Keeping Employees Present and Focused

Show Them You Care

Connected Caregiving™, powered by alska™, is the only platform created for the caregiver that empowers employees by creating a culture of caring. Working caregivers face a mountain of challenges caring for loved ones from sick children to aging parents. With Connected Caregiving, you can connect employees to the tools and resources they need most, enabling them to focus on being the caregivers they need to be while continuing to be productive members of your team. 

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The Hidden Cost of Caregiving

Employers Underestimate the Cost of Caregiving


Most employers haven't been tracking how many caregivers they have in their workforce, let alone how the role impacts them or their job performance.  We now know that what seemed to be an expected course of events has significant and costly repercussions.  The C-suite executive caring for her mother with Alzheimers is resigning at the peak of her career.  The 30 year old in accounting is missing work as a result of the mounting stress of supporting his wife who is at the bedside of their infant son with a heart condition.  Surprisingly, higher titled and compensated employees are the most likely to leave their position and most likely to report their productivity is impacted.  A recent study indicated that 40% of working caregivers admitted they are unable to fulfill their work responsibilities because of caregiving.

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