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Thursday, April 1, 2010
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Here's a list of the most common forms of relocation assistance for employees with elder-care issues, according to Family Issues 2008, a study by Worldwide ERC, a Washington-based membership organization for the relocation industry.

* 16 percent -- relocating an elderly parent living with the employee

* 12 percent -- offering a pre-tax, flexible-spending plan for elder-care expenses

* 12 percent -- providing a list of elder-care facilities and programs in the new location

* 10 percent -- offering written materials

* 7 percent -- presenting workshops on elder care

* 3 percent -- agreeing to relocate parents or relatives if they move to the same community.

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