Many employees now find themselves as part of the sandwich generation — a population of employees who may be caring for their children, but also are responsible for their aging parents. This issue can be further complicated if these loved ones are living out of state and their children need to make decisions about finances, home health aides and other stressful and emotional topics from afar.

As you can imagine, it’s important for employees to have someone to help support them during this time. Your clients are in the perfect position to offer that type of assistance. Here are a few recommendations you can pass along to your HR contacts (or employers) about how to help employees who are caring for loved ones from afar.

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