Employers should accommodate employees who take care of family members by making sure they can receive qualified advice and create flexible work schedules, writes Larry Nisenson from Genworth U.S. Life Insurance Segment. Management training is needed in this area, as well as an attitude that such support programs are "permanent to attract and retain top talent," Nisenson writes.
How to support employees doubling as family caregivers
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