COVID-19, Employers, and Child/Elder Care: How to Help Employees
As businesses, schools, and daycare providers close, reopen, and close again, parents are forced to juggle childcare constantly. At the same time, caring for elders has become more challenging and necessary as families flee virus-ridden nursing homes and long-term care facilities.
You need to help employees with the unpredictable and demanding responsibilities of caring for their families as the pandemic persists. Although this sounds like a purely altruistic goal, it is critical to provide these solutions to maintain productivity and avoid liability for your organization.
- Why is family care now an operational issue for employers?
- How will school scheduling affect your organization?
- What compliance requirements do Title VII, ADA, and FMLA dictate?
- What does the Families First Coronavirus Response Act (FFCRA) require?
- How does childcare affect workplace safety plans?
- Is it feasible for you to provide on-site childcare?
- How involved should you be in an employee’s family care challenges?
- What family care solutions can you offer?
- How should supervisors handle childcare issues?
- Why is benevolent stereotyping harmful?
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