This is first of a two part blog highlighting the plight of the informal job sector in India and what needs to be done to mitigate the risk of a largely unemployable youth populace. In a recent survey conducted by the Ministry of Labour Relations, it was found that India despite being on an upward trajectory is still struggling to create more jobs and employers … Continue reading Unemployed or Unemployable
According to the ILO’s Global Employment Trends 2013 report , India’s labour force participation rate (LFPR) for women fell from just over 37 per cent in 2004-05 to 29 per cent in 2009-10 till 27.4 per cent in 2015-16. Out of 131 countries with available data, India ranks 11th from the bottom in female labour force participation. Data for these years throws up a worrying … Continue reading Indian Women: The dormant power
“And in the end it is not the years in your life that count. It`s the life in your years that matter” : Abraham Lincoln A recent study has shown that feeling of happiness in families increases by a staggering 50% if the elders in the house are reportedly happy and contented with their lives. As over 10 crore Indians cross the age of 60 … Continue reading Happy Elders!!Happy Families!!
Raising high EI kids can go a long way in helping them achieve success in life and work. Youcare.in explores how we can nurture emotional intelligence in families. Continue reading 5 ways you can raise an emotionally intelligent child.
Hiring a domestic help for caregiving. YouCare explores the pros & cons. Continue reading 5 reasons you should you hire a domestic help and not a professional caregiver.
One of the most stressful questions a new parent confronts is, “Who’s going to take care of my baby when I go back to work?” Figuring out the answer to that question is often not easy. More than 1,000 parents were surveyed nationwide about their child care experiences; a third reported difficulty finding care. Searching far and wide, finding little Shibani Bedi, a new mother who lives in … Continue reading Becoming a parent is tough but finding help is easy.
Trained caregivers are essential as not everyone can help in alleviating emotional pain. Care-giving emphasis on enhancing the quality of life for seniors and infant care. If a person is providing emotional and physical support to an elderly person or helping the elderly or an infant with prescribed medications or maintaining their hygiene, then the person is called a caregiver. Professional caregivers also provide non … Continue reading Why you should hire trained caregivers?
Whether it’s your dad showing mild signs of dementia, your mother recovering from breast cancer, your spouse and you planning on a family or your grandmother who recently got her knees replaced, you realise that you are now a caregiver in the family, even if you are not present physically with any one of them. And you have a million questions. Where do you start? … Continue reading 5 Reasons you should read this article.
Having a toddler around you will keep you very busy. Many of the activities below come from the memories of our team when their own children were a year or two. We at YouCare will love to share some ideas for fun activities our team has enjoyed with their children. Most of the activities that we mention below are really very simple and one can do them at home as well. Playing Puppets Hand puppets … Continue reading 5 Fun activities to do with toddlers before they grow up.
Proper exercises and eating are a significant part of one’s health. Toddlers also require doing exercises daily for one hour. If they are raised doing exercises as a part of their daily routine, then most probably there will not be any harm of obesity in their future health. It is better to make a toddler walk for 10-15 minutes rather than use baby prams, carriers, … Continue reading 5 Ways to build a strong baby.