While America’s 20+ million working mothers have countless resources to help them navigate career and childcare, the 20+ million working daughters in the U.S. have practically no support figuring out how to manage career and eldercare. We’re fixing that.
More than 90% of employees, when asked, “How important are caregiving support groups/networks to the decision to stay with your organization?” said “Very” or “Quite” important.*
Working Daughter at Work is a turnkey workplace benefit that serves as your internal caregiving support group.
Employees of corporate members receive access to: monthly webinars, access to a library of free resources, directories to preferred eldercare providers, confidential group coaching calls, discounts on services and products, keynote kick off meeting with Liz O’Donnell, author of Working Daughter: A Guide to Caring for Your Aging Parents While Earning A Living.
Businesses lose $17.1 billion annually in lost productivity due to caregiving. Replacing working daughters who leave due to caregiving costs companies $3.3 billion. And caregiver stress results in an 8% increase in healthcare costs. That doesn’t have to happen.
Companies that partner with Working Daughter signal to their current employees, future hires and the industry at large, that their organization supports women and families, and is committed to creating a caring culture.
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