Cona Elder Law Partner Melissa Negrin-Wiener was featured on the August 27, 2020 LIBN|NOW Zoomcast discussing caregiving demands as they affect the workplace, including those of the “sandwich generation,” individuals who have responsibility for both aging family members and growing children.
As Long Island’s population matures, new challenges emerge. That can present a complicated balance for employees, whether it is meeting the most recent demands in the workplace amid the COVID crisis, or managing the care of the older adults in their lives. Navigating this landscape at some point requires professional insights – whether medical, financial and legal. “We want to keep talent and make accommodations however and wherever we can,” and that includes offering support for elder-care, said Ms. Negrin-Wiener, who provides expertise to human resources departments in the region.
Hosted by Long Island Business News Editor and Associate Publisher Joe Dowd and Associate Publisher Alicia Jabbour, the program also included collaborator Katie Coleman, a financial advisor and managing Partner at Coleman Financial Group. If you missed it, click here to read more and find the link to watch the entire segment: http://ow.ly/YHsl50Bb6Ni
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