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Inequities in Employee Caregiving: Why Care Support Needs to be on Your Organization’s DE&I Agenda

Serving as an informal caregiver to an aging, ill, or disabled family member or loved one can be an immensely heavy burden to carry. Managing care duties while juggling work, family and personal life can often push caregivers to the breaking point. It’s a role made even tougher in the shadow of COVID-19, which has forced caregivers to take on even more hours and care tasks.

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Meet Memento

Rosalyn Carter said, "there are four types of people in the world; those who have been caregivers, those who are currently caregivers, those who will be caregivers, and those who will need caregivers." Too often, caregivers feel overwhelmed or unsure of where to turn to for help. Memento was designed with deep insights and empathy for the reality that so many people are facing. 

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3 Ways to Create an Inclusive Environment for Caregivers at Work

Many employers (about 52%) don’t collect data from their workforce about caregiving responsibilities. Some employers report having concerns about privacy or feel that the data wouldn’t be actionable. And, on top of that, many caregivers are reluctant to identify themselves as a caregiver at work because they fear that they will be perceived as less committed to their jobs. 

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