The business impact of
family caregivers in the workplace

1 in 5 of your employees is caring
for a loved one.

Whether they are caring for an aging parent, a child with
special needs or chronic disease, or a spouse with a sudden and unexpected diagnosis, family caregivers spend an additional +25 hours per week on care-related tasks.

By providing the practical and emotional resources family caregivers need, they can efficiently manage their work, life, and care responsibilities.

1 “Caregiving In America: The Strain, The Pain, The Emotional Drain”, Forbes
2 “Work Productivity and Health of Informal Caregivers of Persons With Advanced Cancer”, Research In Nursing & Health

Help your employees stay focused and productive

Taking care of a loved one is not only emotionally and mentally
draining, but it also requires a lot of time. In fact, most caregiving
employees end up using their paid time off in order to complete basic
tasks and focus on important decision-making, such as finding the right
medical equipment or in-home nurse to care for their loved one.

ianacare organizes care coordination and communication, centralizes
expertise and resources, and simplifies the difficult processes, allowing
caregivers to make difficult decisions and care plans quickly, confidently,
and stress-free.

As a result, associates who were offered ianacare as a benefit from their
large national employer saw an 83% increase in taking zero time off for
care-related tasks.

“[ianacare] has truly made all the difference in my work and home life. I’m able to focus and get my work done with the peace of mind that I don’t’ have to figure this out on my own.”

-ianacare caregiver

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