For Employers

1 in 7 employees also care for a loved one.

1 in 5 employees will leave work to care.

It costs between 100-150% of an employee's salary to rehire and retrain carers when they leave.

Who is a carer?

carer

/ˈkɛːrə/
noun 

 

​A carer is anyone who looks after a family member, partner or friend who needs help because of their illness, frailty(age), disability, a mental health problem or an addiction and cannot cope without their support. The care they provide is unpaid.

 

Caring for a loved one can be hugely rewarding. However, it can also be challenging. Carers are often overlooked in society, and left to struggle with little support. Because of these challenges, carers face higher rates of mental & physical ill health, social isolation and burnout.

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

  • Reduced absences

  • Lower recruitment costs

  • Improved staff morale

  • Enhanced reputation

“There is a clear business case for supporting carers, with savings from increased retention and ensuring carers don’t have to take unplanned absences.

Ian Conn, ​
Centrica CEO

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. 

Specialist advice and guidance for your employees who care. 
At their finger tips.

Our team of experts which include healthcare specialists, financial & legal advisors and mental health practitioners will guide your employees through the hardships of caring for a loved one whilst working. 

Through saving them time and reducing stress, we empower your employees to remain engaged with work.

If you are interested in learning more about how our services can help your business, please get in touch below.