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Employers and informal carers: why supporting new and existing carers in your workforce is more important than ever
The ability to support and retain informal carers in the workplace is increasingly important for UK business. Employers must seek to understand and support their working carers in order to retain them in the workforce and maintain their well-being and productivity. During the Covid-19 outbreak, many existing carers are having to adapt the way they balance work and caring, and other employees will be taking on new caring responsibilities, many becoming carers for the first time.

Mar 11, 2021 02:00 PM in London

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Speakers

Mary Bright
Policy Advisor @Government's Business Champion for Older Workers
Mary Bright is specialist policy advisor to the Government’s Business Champion for Older Workers, and specialist adviser to the Women and Equalities Select Committee. She has worked extensively with business, 3rd sector and policy makers on issues relating to our Ageing Society.
Katherine Wilson
Head of Employers for Carers @Carers UK
Katherine Wilson is Head of Employers for Carers at Carers UK. Employers for Carers provides practical service to employers seeking to support the 1 in 7 people in their workforce who are caring for older, disabled or seriously ill family and friends.
Val Hewison and Madlen Sayar
Chief Executive / Working Carers Co-ordinator @Carers Leeds
Val Hewison is the Chief Executive of Carers Leeds, an independent charity dedicated to improving the lives of the 74,000+ carers in Leeds through quality advice, information, and support. Working at a strategic and at a local level, Val has led Carers Leeds for over 13 years and is driven by her passion and determination to ensure every carer in Leeds is recognised and supported. Madlen Sayar is the Working Carers Co-ordinator at Carers Leeds and facilitator of the Leeds Employers Forum.