Every day, millions of people in the United States take on the role of caregiver. Caregiving is a complex and multifaceted experience that can take many forms, and broadening the definition of this care is critical to building support.
The Hidden Consequence of Returning to the Office: Why Employers Need to Prioritize Flexibility and Inclusion
As the world returns to “normal” post-pandemic, employers have struggled to find an effective, inspiring, and inclusive way to broach the “return to office” conversation. An effective and equitable approach to the office is possible, but it requires a willingness to listen to all employees and consider their individual needs.
The Different Types of Caregivers in Your Workforce: Understanding Their Needs and Providing Support
Each caregiving journey is unique– no two situations are exactly the same. As an employer, it’s crucial to acknowledge and understand the wide range of care situations your employees are facing, and they types of challenges each might bring.
Less than a third of employers provide formal caregiving benefits, despite the growing number of caregivers in the workforce. Donna Gibson of Elevance Health shares the specific data points that helped her identify caregiver support was a need for her employees.
Advancements in technology including AI have brought endless innovation and creativity to every area of our lives. How can this innovation change the way we think about employee support benefits, such as caregiver support?
As a mother of two, an advocate for neurodiversity, and a caregiver to her husband with MS, Lindsey has a unique perspective on what it takes to create an inclusive and supportive workplace culture. Read our Q&A to learn about the actions she takes to make a difference in the lives of H&R Block’s associates.
All Hands on Deck: Why Public & Private Partnerships Are Key to Supporting Caregivers | Q&A with Ai-jen Poo
Ai-jen and Jessica discuss the cost of unsupported caregivers, the impact of caregiving on DEI&B initiatives, and how crucial it is to build a social safety net to complement employer efforts to support working caregivers.
Lindsey Lanzisero, VP of Total Rewards, HR Systems, and HR Operations at H&R Block, is passionate about building programs that support every associate through every phase of life– ultimately making them more loyal, engaged, and productive.
How does H&R Block lead the market in inclusive and innovative benefits?
Lindsey Lanzisero, VP of Total Rewards and HR Systems, and Melissa Holthaus, Director of Benefits share their strategies and practical advice for leaders looking to build impactful benefits programs.
Read our Q&A with Indra to learn why she thinks every sector, organization, and leader should be paying attention to building a better infrastructure of care support.