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Fast Company: Companies are Facing a Caregiving Crisis
American workers are being pushed out of the workforce due to the cost of childcare. Care isn't a "soft issue." It's an economic imperative.
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Meet the Best Buy employee who inspired the company's new child-care benefit
Best Buy just introduced a life-changing benefit to all its full- and part-time U.S. employees: backup child care.
How will technology change care work?
The need for care is universal and growing worldwide. Tech companies can play a pivotal role in building a strong care infrastructure.
Could The Next CEO At A Major U.S. Bank Be A Woman?
It's been encouraging to see the appointments of NYSE President Stacey Cunningham and Nasdaq CEO Adena Friedman.
The Cost of Caregiving: Millennials Take A Second (Unpaid) Shift
Jody Gastfriend, VP of Senior Care at Care.com, speaks to the confluence of burdens on millennials as they manage work and caregiving responsibilities.
Child care costs are at an all-time high
One in five families is spending at least a quarter of its annual household income on child care, according to a new Care.com study.
When Siblings Share The Caregiving For An Aging Parent
Caring for aging parents is a journey many of us will take in our lives. One of the biggest sources of stress is trying to get on the same page with our siblings.
To Remain A Global Economic Leader, The U.S. Has To Lead On Paid Leave
Even in this time of great division in our country, there is broad bipartisan support for paid family leave.
What Millennials Really Want To Know About Caregiving For Their Parents
Millennial caregivers now make up 25% of unpaid family caregivers-or about 10 million nationwide.
The best and worst states for working parents
Child care costs in America are high - and getting even higher - and they are having an impact on parents' decisions of where and when to work.
The Hidden Costs Of Alzheimer's Disease
Currently an estimated 5.7 million Americans have Alzheimer's disease and 47 million people worldwide suffer from it. By 2050 these estimates are projected to triple.
New Benefits Help Parents and Caregivers
A small but growing group of employers offers subsidized backup child and adult care services
What 'Succession' & Sumner Redstone Can Teach Us About Planning Ahead
As crude as it may seem, having financial resources -or not - may determine your available options and the type of long-term care you ultimately receive.
Bold Ideas Like These Will Help Women
Despite making up half the population-and nearly half of the U.S. workforce-women still hold barely one in five C-suite and corporate director seats.
Parents Pay Almost as Much in Daycare as Rent
In some cities where the rent is less than the national average-such as Kansas City, Missouri and Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania-child care will actually cost more than a family typically pays in rent.
5 Working Moms Plagued by Guilt Get Surprise Reminder
Sunday, September 16, is National Working Parents Day, and to celebrate, we've got the perfect video, guaranteed to make you cry a bucket of happy tears.
How To Care For A Parent Who Couldn't Care For You
How can children assume the role of caregiver for a parent who neglected, abandoned or even abused them?
Meeting the Crippling Costs of Childcare
A recent Care.com survey found that childcare costs are having a massive impact on the well-being of American parents.
As Baby Boomers Move Into Old Age, Who Will Care For Us
Who will care for us as we grow old? When it comes to the growing demand for caregiving, the numbers just don't add up.
PODCAST: CBS This Morning on caring for an aging loved one
Jody Gastfriend talks with CBS News' Anne-Marie Green about caring for an aging family member.
6 Extraordinary Women Who Rose to the Pinnacle of Their Professions
Celebrate these women for overcoming the odds but never quit demanding a level playing field.
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