Membership in the “sandwich generation” no longer means an employee who brown bags her lunch; it means one who’s squeezed between raising her children on one side, while at the same time caring for her aging parents on the other side. And with school back in, and cold and flu season just around the corner, employees in the sandwich generation – and their employers – will be feeling the squeeze.
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About the author:
Amanda Nash is a lawyer in McInnes Cooper’s St. John’s office. She is a member of our Labour and Employment Team and has a particular interest in grievance and interest arbitration, collective agreement interpretation, human rights, and employment termination issues. You can reach Amanda at firstname.lastname@example.org.