Olga Brunner Takes on Lost Employee Productivity
Lost Employee Productivity Solution Taken on by Olga Brunner of A Good Daughter
PR9.NET September 19, 2005 - Thomas R. Cutler, reported in the August 26th issue of the South Florida Business Journal that seventeen percent (17%) of caregivers quit their jobs to provide care for aging family members, and another 15% reduce their work hours to assist their loved ones. Cutler noted that this shocking loss of employee productivity is hitting South Florida businesses very hard as more Boomers have senior parents who require caregiving.
According to Olga Brunner, founder of A Good Daughter, Inc., (www.agooddaughter.com) there are so many concerns as people trying to juggle work and the needs of elderly family members. "Many caregivers simply cannot maintain the workload and provide the daily, sometimes hourly needs, of elderly parents and family members. We developed a strong elder care program to provide a wide variety of solutions." A Good Daughter based in Margate, Florida, was founded based on Brunner's own experience. Brunner originally moved from California to Florida to care for her aging mother with Alzheimer's disease. Having been affected by the daunting task of being a caregiver while employed, she became determined to start a business which would help other caregivers navigate the troubled waters of elder care. By founding A Good Daughter, Inc., she became a care manager who brings a personal awareness of the needs of close or long distance caregivers and their loved ones.
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