We are here to guide you through the caring journey.
In your pocket, providing resources, tips and connection to the caring community, so that you are better able to juggle work and caring for a loved one.
1 in 7 employees also care for a loved one.
1 in 35 employees will leave work to care.
It costs between 100 - 150% of an employee's salary to rehire and retrain new employees.
Attract and Retain Talent
Recognising and supporting your employees is not only a good thing to do, it holds benefits for your business too, including:
Retention of experienced workers
Lower recruitment costs
Improved staff morale
“There is a clear business case for supporting carers, with savings from increased retention and ensuring carers don’t have to take unplanned absences.”
How can we help your business?
Caring for a loved one can be confusing and frustrating.
Carers struggle to know where to turn for help, or what information to trust.
““If you’re super stressed at home, you can’t function at work because you’re under so much pressure””
Senior Manager in Finance, who also cares for her elderly mum who has dementia.
Support your talented & experienced employees.
Caring does not discriminate based on age, gender or race. However, the peak age for caring is between the ages of 45-54 - when employees move into senior roles.
Stressing less about home life, means carers stress less about work.
If your employees who care for loved ones are left unsupported, they can face higher rates of mental ill health, absenteeism and presenteeism.
Now, more than ever, employers need to look out for their employees.
Covid19 has meant there are more than 4.5million new carers in the UK alone. To thrive in a slowing economy, employers need to help employees be their best.
Specialist advice and guidance for your employees who care.
At their finger tips.
There are 5 support strands carers need to stay in work:
A support system,
Seeing the journey ahead,
Being able to navigate information,
Knowing their rights and entitlements.