The Aging Parent Dilemma

An interesting article about how our workplaces are changing, something organizations have to think about from an article from Fast Company,
Change the Game: Add Aging to the Parent-Centric Work+Life Debate.

http://www.fastcompany.com/1677624/change-the-game-add-aging-to-the-parent-centric-worklife-debate#disqus_thread

I agree if we are going to have change it will have to come with organizations finally stepping up to the plate and offering flexibility and incentive to care for agiing populations. Companies ( especially large ones) are slow to change but they will be forced to recognize that it may be the only way to keep a talented and engaged workforce, people will need this kind of support.
Good article.

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