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CBS News in Focus (The Caregivers: Corporate Role) Part III #852732

CBS Evening News for Wednesday, Feb 21, 2007
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(Studio: Katie Couric) MetLife statistics on caregiver costs per employee cited.

(McLean, Virginia: Kelly Wallace) The role of corporations in providing better elder care examined; scenes shown from support group meetings at the office, where workers can vent and share tips about caring for their parents. [Freddie Mac staffer Linda JOHNSON - says the support is "huge" help.] [Freddie Mac benefits director Mary Ann O'CONNOR†- explains how it is mutually beneficial.] [Society for Human Resource Management Johnny TAYLOR - says employees will demand care for elder parents.] Study findings on corporate elder care benefits cited; three corporate examples cited.

Couric, Katie;
Wallace, Kelly

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