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Why organisations need to care about caregiving

Florentina Martin, a 99 year-old woman who survived coronavirus disease (COVID-19), is helped by her caregiver Olga Arauz in her home in Pinto, near Madrid, Spain, October 20, 2020. Picture taken October 20, 2020. REUTERS/Sergio Perez - RC20NJ9N3H13

Firms that measure employees' caregiving needs and offer flexible scheduling will see more resilient and engaged staff. Image: REUTERS/Sergio Perez

Alyaa AlMulla
Head, National Happiness Strategy and Policy, Office of the Prime Minister of the United Arab Emirates
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