Invisible cancer carers: The hidden impact of caring responsibilities on your employees

The turmoil of the past two years is leading forward-thinking employers to reassess their workplace wellbeing priorities. This includes looking at the effects of cancer on our workforce and giving both those directly affected – and those caring for someone with cancer – the right support at the right time.

This paper has been written by workplace cancer-support platform Perci Health. It has been created as a guide for employers who want to understand who the cancer carers in your workplace are likely to be and how you can provide them with practical, personalised and inclusive support.

The content includes:

•  A definition of cancer care and carers
•  An outline of the physical, mental and financial impact of being a cancer carer
•  Insight from a real-life case study
•  A toolkit to help you build a cancer carer policy framework.

Click here to download the paper


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