This 60 minute session offers a 10 point action plan for business owners, and managers with an older workforce. We will address the changing roles and responsibilities of boomers at work and at home - with an emphasis on accommodation and support.
Too often employees feel they need to choose between those they love and their career. As a result businesses face increased absenteeism or lose highly knowledgeable and skilled contributors all together. Finding, hiring and training replacements is a time consuming and needlessly expensive option, when simple accommodation and support can address most situations.
Giving employees the tools manage the unbelievable stress of caregiving is the simplest and most human solution to what is becoming an increasingly common problem.
Why should you Attend: Balancing work and career is not just a challenge for individuals; it’s a serious issue for profitability and productivity for employers. This session addresses the issue of care. Specifically the role employers play in helping employees care for aging parents, spouses and disabled children.
At the core of this session is the practical application of accommodation and support so employees remain productive at work as they take on more caregiving responsibilities at home.
Areas Covered in the Session:
- How to set realistic expectations around your employees as they assume a caregiver role for aging parents and spouses.
- How to keep careers on track by offering thoughtful accommodation and resources
- How to help employees avoid taking an extended leave from work when they become a principal caregiver.
Who Will Benefit:
- Small Business Owners
- Businesses with up to 50 Employees, Franchisees
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|Conference/Event Dates:||10/14/2015 - 10/14/2015|
|Conference/Event Hours:||60 Minutes|
|Primary Industry:||Other / Miscellaneous|
|Other Industries:||Business, Other / Miscellaneous|
|Cost to Attend:||http://bit.ly/1NJpclw...|
Small Business Owners
Businesses with up to 50 Employees, Franchisees
|Sponsorship Details:||NetZealous LLC DBA Compliance4All,
161 Mission Falls Lane, Suite 216,
Fremont, CA 94539, USA.
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Ben Neiburger is an Illinois-based Elder Law attorney and Certified Public Accountant. As a speaker Ben travels the country showing organizations how to respond to the coming elder care crisis in America with humanity, while maintaining productivity and profitability. Ben speaks to legal, healthcare and financial planning professionals about managing our country’s growing elder population and the effect this will have on the bottom line performance of every company.
After graduating from the University of Illinois with a degree in Finance, Ben became a Certified Public Accountant (CPA). He then went on to receive his Juris Doctor degree from IIT Chicago-Kent College of Law. At that same institution he became an Adjunct Professor, where he taught Employee Benefits Law for four years while simultaneously becoming a top regional instructor for the Becker CPA Review course. Previously a senior associate in the Chicago office of Baker & McKenzie, Ben left in 2003 to start his own legal practice. He quickly became a highly respected attorney in Illinois, being named “Super Lawyer” in the Elder Law category for 2007, 2009, 2010, 2011, 2012 and 2013. Ben is an active member of the National Academy of Elder Law Attorneys (NAELA) and a member of the board of directors for the Illinois Institute of Continuing Legal Education. He has also been admitted to the Bar of the United States Supreme Court, membership in the DuPage County Estate Planning Council, Illinois State Bar Association, and Elmhurst Chamber of Commerce. Ben is a frequent speaker and writer to audiences of professionals in the legal, financial and healthcare fields, as well as families seeking information about planning and long-term health care issues. Because he is one of the few Elder Law attorneys in Illinois that holds a CPA, he brings a unique perspective and skill set to his law practice.