Care Management Support Services
- More than one in six caregivers work full-time while also caring for a loved one. Caregiving negatively impacts the careers of individuals working more than 15 hours a week. Gallup-Healthways. (2011). Gallup-Healthways Well-Being Index.
- Caregivers spend an average of 28.7 hours a week dedicated to the service of loved ones, and this strain on top of a career takes a personal and economic toll. Double Duty: The Caregiving Crisis in The Workplace, Ceridian, 2015.
- 52% of working caregivers felt their career was negatively impacted by their caregiving situation. Genworth. (2015). Beyond Dollars.
- 77% reported missing some work during the past year due to caregiving, averaging 7 hours of work per week, and 19% of caregivers reported missing 10 or more hours of work per week. Genworth. (2015). Beyond Dollars.
- Lost productivity due to family caregiving costs US businesses $17.1 to $33 billion annually. MetLife Mature Market Group, National Alliance for Caregiving, and the University of Pittsburgh Institute on Aging. (2010). The MetLife Study of Working Caregivers and Employer Health Costs: Double Jeopardy for Baby Boomers Caring for Parents.
We can help alleviate the negative effects of informal caregiving by providing care management services to your struggling employees. Through assessment, advocacy, crisis management, and consultation, we can help decrease absenteeism and presenteeism in the workplace, ensure your employees have the support they need and improve your bottom line.