According to a new report, 73% of employees are dealing with a caregiving responsibility. This is in contrast to the 20% who self-identify as caregivers. Study authors attributed the disparity to how people view themselves and their role in the family, noting that they see themselves just as being a good daughter, wife, or husband. The report determined that the more than 43 million Americans caring for a relative face many challenges, especially related to medical issues, cognitive impairment, nutrition, finances, behavioral issues, stress and anxiety, and family dynamics. As an HR professional, you are perfectly positioned to contribute to the dialogue and commit to more meaningful supports for employees struggling with caregiving issues. Do so by expanding your corporate caregiving culture, reviewing company policies to ensure they support caregivers, and seeking honest input from workers about their caregiving challenges and concerns. Read the full article.