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If your clients are like most businesses, they’re worried about the increasing effect of eldercare on employees.

AGIS Network partners with you to deliver a proven eldercare program that combines a carrier’s group long term care benefit with our tailored employee communication campaign, education seminars, and an employer-branded online resource center.

As eldercare and caregiving specialists, we help you develop and implement eldercare programs that drive high employee participation rates. Your clients’ employees become more productive when they’re better equipped to meet caregiving challenges.


  • Employee communications campaign, including e-mail and newsletters.
  • Educational seminars about long term care and caregiver needs, risks, and options.
  • Employer-branded online resource center providing access to local eldercare information.
  • Insurance carriers’ group long term care (GLTC) benefit product.


  • Reinforce your role as a trusted benefit advisor.
  • Increase your per-case GLTC premium without all the hassle and cost.
  • Demonstrate your industry leadership by offering a comprehensive eldercare solution.
  • Improve relations with GLTC carriers by delivering stellar participation rates.

Contact your sales consultant to learn more about how AGIS Network can help you deliver a successful eldercare program to your clients.

Statistical Sources: Caregiving in the United States, National Alliance for Caregiving and AARP, 2004. The MetLife Caregiving Cost Study: Productivity Losses to U.S. Business, June 2006. Presenteeism: The Measure for Assessing Family Caregiving in the Workplace, American Association for Caregiver Education, Inc., January 2003.

National Facts

National Facts: Eldercare’s Impact on Employers

  • Eldercare costs U.S. business more than $33 billion in lost productivity each year.
  • An estimated 26 million caregivers also hold jobs, most full-time.
  • 62% of employed caregivers report that their caregiving responsibilities have negatively affected their work.
  • "Presenteeism"--in which employees are physically present but distracted by non-work concerns--costs employers many times more in lost productivity than absenteeism.

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