The number of Family Caregivers in the workplace is growing. With a fast-growing aging population, elder caregiving is an issue that’s here to stay and anticipated to rise. Supporting your caregiving employees is important, why? Caregiving is a big productivity issue. Over 80% of caregivers say that their productivity at work is impacted by their caregiving responsibilities. Caregiving contributes to absenteeism, which is costing you money. 7 out of 10 caregivers hide their caregiving responsibilities from their employers due to fear of negative career consequences. Family Caregivers need different support from the average benefits provided to parents. Attend this panel to learn more about how to increase productivity, increase retention, reduce absenteeism, and become a “Caring Company” that attracts talent by supporting your caregiving employees now.

Panel members:


Robin Weeks, CEO and Founder of MyPivotalPoint

Robin Weeks has a background in business and experiential learning. She designed and delivered leadership and team development trainings with Fortune 100 and 500 companies for over 12 years. Robin started My Pivotal Point in 2010 to focus on working regionally with small to mid-size businesses to help them develop strong managers and leaders for their growth. She does this through coaching and leadership development trainings. In 2020, after caring for her mother for over 6 years, she launched My Pivotal Point, Caring for Caregivers. This business is focused on supporting Family Caregivers through coaching and supporting employers through caregiver education and support.



Rob Day, COO for TechLab

Mr. Robert Day is the Chief Operating Officer at TECHLAB. He has spent 25 years in quality and operations at FDA regulated companies, including both pharmaceutical and medical devices. In his 20 years at TECHLAB, Day has assumed multiple roles of increasing responsibility in quality management and operational functions. Previously, Day worked in various management roles at Elizabeth Arden with a majority spent as microbiology lab manager.

Day has a bachelor’s degree in Biology with a concentration in microbiology and immunology from Virginia Polytechnic Institute and State University and an M.B.A. focused in project management from the Keller Graduate School of Management of DeVry University.


Event Details

Date: August 27, 2020

Location: Virtual

Cost: Free


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