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How To Prepare For A Performance Review (When You’re Underperforming)

It’s time to prepare for your performance review at work. And the truth is, caregiving has impacted your job. You’ve been doing your best to balance career and care, but you’ve missed some days, and some deadlines. And now, your annual performance review is scheduled. Don’t worry; we’ve got you covered. Here’s how to approach […]

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Working Daughter Interview: Jana Panarites

Jana Panarites is the founder of Agewyz Media Group, author of Scattered: My Year As An Accidental Caregiver and host of The Agewyz Podcast, a weekly interview series featuring lively conversations with experts in the field of aging and people caring for a loved one amid the demands of the own lives. Where and when […]

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7 Ways to Stay Relevant at Work

As working daughters we know we can’t predict when caregiving will hit. But one thing we do know, based on data from the National Alliance for Caregiving and the AARP, is that caregiving often hits at a very precarious point in a woman’s career. The research tells us that the average caregiver is female, married, in her late […]

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Juggling Career and Care: Podcast

Denise Brown of Caregiving.com hosts a popular podcast called “Your Caregiving Journey.” I was a guest on the show this week talking about the caregiving and career juggle. You can tune in here.    

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5 Workplace Policies That Make Life Easier for Family Caregivers

What makes a good work environment for working daughters and sons? Jennifer Owens, editorial director of Working Mother magazine, shared the five workplace policies that make life easier for new parents with Mashable and it got me thinking, what are the best workplace policies that make life easier for family caregivers? Here are my recommendations – […]

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