Supporting the Next Generation of Family Caregivers

If we don’t address the needs of working caregivers now, are we creating another broken system in America?

In this discussion, ianacare CEO & Co-founder Jessica Kim moderates a conversation with Lindsey Lanzisero and Melissa Holthaus, HR leaders at H&R Block, and Paula Faris of CARRY Media and former co-anchor of Good Morning America. These leaders are changing the way we care for sandwich generation employees (those who are caring for their parents alongside raising their own children) through empathy and action. This discussion focuses on the need to elevate the conversation nationally, and what it will take to properly support today’s sandwich generation caregivers.

Listen to the full conversation and learn more about how their own lived experiences shape why they think employers need to provide more than the baseline benefits to truly support working caregivers, win the war on talent, and improve your bottom line.


Listen to hear:

  • Why every organization should be paying attention to the needs of sandwich caregiving.
  • Caregiving’s enormous impact on employee mental health initiatives
  • Choosing benefits that bring your organization’s values to life

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