One in five (19%) employees aged over 45 expects to quit their job to care for an adult relative full time, according to research from Aviva.
The chief executive of a major energy supplier is urging employers to do more to retain the almost 5 million people who juggle work and caring responsibilities.
Employees who care for loved ones should receive statutory paid leave and have the right to return to work once their circumstances change.
The government has been urged to act on the Conservative Party's 2017 pledge to introduce specific employment rights for working carers, such as statutory leave, to help keep them in the workplace.
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A model policy outlining an organisation's approach to supporting foster carers, which deals with notification requirements, time off to care for new foster children, time off for dependants, parental leave, adoption leave and flexible working.
A model letter to respond to an employee's request for time off for foster carer duties.
Latest XpertHR research explores how employers support employees with caring responsibilities, including how they deal handle requests for flexible working and leave.
Good practice guidance discussing the steps that employers can take to engage employees who have caring responsibilities.