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Best-practice support for caregivers in the workplace

By Circle In

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In 2015, there were 2.1 billion people in need of care; by 2030, the number of care recipients is predicted to reach 2.3 billion. The estimated annual value of unpaid care and domestic work is $10.8 trillion globally.

The reality is every person at some time in their life will either become a caregiver or need to be cared for. Creating a caregiver-friendly workplace is essential yet surprisingly nascent in practice.  

Download this caregiving framework to learn ‘what great looks like’ when it comes to supporting caregivers, and how your organization can drive positive experiences and outcomes for everyone involved.

In this guide you’ll learn how to:

  • Define who is a ‘caregiver’ for maximum clarity;
  • Support employees through various caregiving stages;
  • Create a caregiver-friendly workplace; and
  • Develop an approach and policy that suits your workplace

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