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The Pandemic Is Changing Employee Benefits

As previously published in Harvard Business Review.  In mid-February 2020, I became the CEO of...

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The Key to Keeping Women in the Workforce: Family Care

Nothing better illustrates the impact of caregiving on employee retention and, therefore, on...

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Committing to Senior Care Benefits in 2021

A survey of 500 Human Resource leaders and C-suite decision-makers, recently conducted by Care.com,...

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Build an Unbiased Benefit Strategy

A survey of 500 Human Resource leaders and C-suite decision-makers, recently conducted by Care.com,...

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Transforming the Future of Benefits

Visionary leaders are the ones who recognize opportunity in crisis, and whose view extends beyond...

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The Future of Benefits in 2021

One of the few benefits of the COVID-19 pandemic is that it has put a spotlight on the challenges...

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Flexible Benefits are the New Priority

As the workforce in many industries becomes increasingly decentralized, flexibility – where people...

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Supporting Mental Health with your Benefits Strategy

Mental health challenges have been more openly discussed during the pandemic, perhaps because...

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Why Spend on Family Care Benefits

The formula for measuring the Return on Investment (ROI) of employee benefits is, on its surface,...

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April “Senior Sense”: When Caregiver Guilt Hits, Choose Differently

At first my father lived a few miles down the road, in an assisted living apartment. He was mostly...

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March “Senior Sense”: Caring for a parent who couldn’t care for you

There’s a common response you often hear when you tell people that you are caring for an aging...

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February “Senior Sense”: Choosing Your Battles As a Caregiver

As my parents aged, I was the daughter who stepped up to have difficult conversations with them. I...

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