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Support a better quality of life for your
employees and a better bottom line for your
business with employer-sponsored personal
care benefits.

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73% of employees reported having some type of current caregiving responsibilities.

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Employees caring for a loved one provide an average of 20 caregiving hours per week.

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32% of all employees have voluntarily left a job due to caregiving responsibilities.

Employees with caregiving responsibilities are stressed and distracted, often arriving to work late, rearranging their work schedules, and requesting unplanned time away from the office. Stress leads to distraction. Distraction leads to lower productivity. And lower productivity costs your business money—and lots of it.

A HubSpot report found that lost productivity costs U.S. businesses a shocking $1.8 trillion every year.

Beyond that, this stress negatively impacts your employees’ quality of life, leading to higher turnover rates.

“Employers are in a race to attract and retain the best talent and the growing presence of caregivers in the workplace represents both a threat to their success and an opportunity,” notes Debra Lerner, MSc, PhD in her whitepaper, Invisible Overtime: What employers need to know about caregivers.

Employee Caregivers are emotionally and mentally distracted. Caregiving impairs their ability to perform their best at work.

Reliable caregiver support is a fundamental element of well-being for your employees that is often overlooked. In fact, 80% of employees with caregiving responsibilities admitted that caregiving affected their productivity, according to a Harvard Study.

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How Carefluent Supports Your Bottom Line

Carefluent provides highly qualified Care Companions who help to reduce the emotional and physical strain caregiving responsibilities have on employees. Employers that provide Carefluent as a sponsored benefit reduce the financial burden on their employees and increase retention, engagement, and productivity.

Partner with Carefluent to give your employees the comfort of knowing their loved ones are taken care of.

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Frequently Asked Questions

Employer-sponsored personal home care is when an employer provides resources and support to their employees who need personal home care. That assistance can be financial and may also extend to the employees’ family members.

Carefluent offers several easy, cost-effective options for employers to provide this important benefit to their employees. We will set up your employees’ accounts and provide access to our specialized network of thoroughly screened Care Companions. Your employees will then be able to personalize their search criteria, interview, and select a Care Companion that meets their preferences and needs. We will also provide regular reporting so you can monitor usage.

All Carefluent Care Companions must meet our strict eligibility criteria, complete several assessments, then undergo a thorough background check and drug screening process. Only after successful completion of those requirements are the Care Companions permitted to create a full profile on the Carefluent platform and be presented for consideration by a Careseeker. Carefluent has a carefully curated network of highly qualified Care Companions.

The average business will pay $500 per year to contribute towards the cost of personal home care. Some employers increase the benefit amount for their executive leaders. In all instances, employees pay directly for services once they have exhausted the employer-sponsored amount.

HSAs, HRAs, and FSAs may be used to pay for qualified caregiving expenses for dependents. Employees should consult their tax professional for more detailed information.

Currently, Carefluent does not accept other subsidies, but we hope to do so in the near future.

Contact us today either via email at or 855.227.3196. We will help you select the best solution for your company and work with you to launch your new Personal Home Care benefit within a few weeks.

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employer-sponsored benefits and a better quality
of life for your team.

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