“Aging population prompts more employers to offer elder-care benefits to
workers,” by Brigid Schulte (_Washington Post_, November 16, 2014). Note: _WP_
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A third group of care providers has emerged alongside the traditional charities and private organizations in Germany. Foreign caregivers, primarily from Eastern Europe, are sent by placement agencies to the homes of German seniors on a monthly basis. Officially, they are still employed in their home countries and merely being sent out for a mission. In Germany, they earn more than they would at home, but they earn significantly less than would be customary among German workers.
Great strategy explained her by my friend Caroline Bell, owner of Preparing for Care