Can you afford to lose the people who make your business work?

We are proud to work with Employers for Carers to help small and medium-sized businesses support and keep hold of employees who combine a job with domestic caring responsibilities.

Across the UK three million workers juggle paid work with the care they provide to a family member, loved one, or friend. Employers have a key role in supporting carers while at work. By adopting a flexible approach to work, both the employer and the employee can benefit significantly. The many social and business benefits of proactively supporting working carers include:

  • attract and retain staff
  • reduce levels of stress
  • increase productivity
  • reduce the days lost through sick leave
  • improve service delivery
  • increase cost savings
  • improve people management

Practical resources, advice and information is available for both employers and employees online at www.employersforcarers.org

To find out if you are eligible for free membership, please contact Employers for Carers on 020 7378 4956 or at info@employersforcarers.org

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