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Caregiving can put tremendous pressure on employee health—physically, mentally and financially—and this is an area in which companies can step up to help.

With employee wellness having such an influence on the health of businesses, employers seeking ways to better their employees’ health might want to pursue some of the suggestions in a new Bank of America study.

Wellness is about more than health itself, and some of the strategies offered in the study deal with those—but it’s also about community, and building ties within the community of its employees is another way to support the health of workers.

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