According to a new study, about three-fourths of unpaid family caregivers experience at least some disruption in their workplace routines. Many of them also say that they are not getting support from their employers to ease their burdens or provide help. The study authors suggested that these individuals could benefit from programs such as eldercare referrals or financial counseling. Employers should not only consider providing resources and guidance; they need to make sure that employees know about them and how to access the support they need. This is a growing concern, the authors said, as one in four employed U.S. adults provides informal care for a parent, in-law, or other family member who is older than age 65. Read the full article.