New 'Employers for Carers' website launches


25 / 7 / 2013 8.41am

Monday 29 July sees the launch of the new 'Employers for Carers' website. In order to improve the user experience of the website individual log in details will be introduced. This new log in system will help them to track usage of the site, measure member engagement levels and help plan and prioritise ongoing content updates.

Each existing or new user will need to register on the website and create their own user name and password which you can then use to access the full range of the website’s member dedicated resources.

To register you will need your organisation’s unique registration code, which will be sent to all previously registered employers. Once this code is entered, the system will recognise your organisation as a member of Employers of Carers and will allow your staff to sign up to the website asking them to select their user name and password.

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Good businesses need good people. In the current economic climate, there has never been a more important time to focus on the benefits of retaining skilled workers, supporting your employees to work healthily and productively rather than incurring the costs of recruiting and retraining new staff.

Changing demographics and an ageing population mean that three in five people will end up caring for someone at some point in their lives. The number of carers in the UK is set to grow from 6.5 million to 9 million in the next 30 years.

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