Caregivers develop skills that are useful to companies
However, caregiving improves skills and aptitudes, such as listening ability, stress management and results orientation
Value caregivers in your company
CARE is the Lifeed programme that enables caregiver employees to give new meaning to their experience and to transfer skills between private life and work.
Companies foster the well-being, engagement and productivity of caregiver employees during an important and complex phase of their lives.
In this way, they promote an innovative vision of ageing and a new culture of care.
With a solution that is useful for all employees who are caring for someone
More well-being, more engagement, more retention
Employees who recognise that they are more effective when they feel they are working in an environment that listens to them and promotes their well-being.
Employees who feel visible to the company are 4.6 times more likely to feel driven to do their best work.
Turnover reduction rate in companies where people feel more involved and recognise that the company offers support for well-being and self-care.
“As part of my Lifeed programme, I discovered that caring for a loved one also trains cooperation at work”
Sonia, 38, Transport Company
“The full value of caregivers”
Activates caring skills, measures the results
A TAILORED PROJECT
The Lifeed team will support you step by step in defining goals, planning activities and launching the programme
EASY AND INTUITIVE
The Lifeed team will support you in defining an internal communication strategy to attract and engage participants.
RESULTS BASED ON DATA
A detailed report with data on people’s skills and insights into the dimensions of well-being, engagement and productivity.
VISIBILITY AND VALUE
The Lifeed team will support you in sharing the project results with the management of your company.
“It was only through Lifeed that I managed to get employees of different generations to find a common language”
Alessandro, 45, HR manager in the Energy sector
With Caregiver, you will receive and be able to share useful reports with aggregated data on the development of participants’ skills.