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Supporting carers at work: Essential Guides

Employers for Carers has produced a series of practical guides for employers, line managers and carers. These can be purchased to distribute across your organisation. You don't need to be a member to purchase our practical guides, however, member organisations can download electronic copies for free.

The guides include a manager’s handbook, a carer’s guide to juggling work and care, a manager’s guide to supporting working carers and a guide to the right to request flexible working.

To order one or more of these guides online please complete and submit the order form (prices and postal costs are indicated in the form).

We have just received our welcome pack and found the supporting working carers guides an excellent starting point to developing our workplace support for carers. We’ll be back in touch soon to book our one to one session.

A guide for employers and carers about requesting flexible working. Includes a sample request form and a summary of rights, responsibilities and requirements. This guide deals with requesting flexible working after 30 June 2014. 

You may access some of this resource - full access is for EfC members only. If you are a member please log-in.

This handbook, for line managers, is designed to be a reference point for basic information and advice on supporting and managing carers in their teams. Includes practical tips and case studies.

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This booklet sets out basic information about carers at work including; carers' legal rights, how to get practical help with caring, changes carers can make at work and includes a pull out section for managers.

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This booklet is designed to help employers make the most of the business benefits of supporting working carers as well as understand their responsibilities to those carers.

You may access some of this resource - full access is for EfC members only. If you are a member please log-in.