Deliver a critical care strategy that’s right for your employees

There is a significant chance that some of your employees will be faced with cancer, if not directly, through their partner, a parent or even their child. We help employers to manage cancer in the workplace, by providing clinical, practical and emotional support to employees.

It’s important that if the worst happens, they can get the right support at the right time. Whether that is having someone at the end of the phone, booking a second opinion, or even organising a cleaner so they can spend more time with their family. The small things can make a big difference.

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Cancer support programme

Complex diseases like cancer demand a nuanced and personalised response. We put people back in control – connecting them to the best expertise available, clarifying diagnosis and treatment options and supporting their practical needs.

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Carer support programme

The life of a carer is a constant juggling act. Their needs are often forgotten. We help ease their burden – putting a programme in place so they can continue to work, preserve their health, and act as a second pair of hands for their day-to-day responsibilities.

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Employee Wellbeing

When it comes to taking care of employees, are you looking at the whole picture?

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Attracting & Retaining Talent

When you employ great people, how do you keep them engaged?

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Boost Productivity

How do you minimise the impact of illness at work?

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Workplace Culture

Does improving workplace culture counteract employee burnout?

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A cancer diagnosis can be both frightening & overwhelming.

With us at her side during these difficult times, Ashley was able to stay strong and find enjoyment in life again.”

Ashley’s story

Insights

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Impact of caring on mental wellbeing

Lockdown, isolation and remote working are all factors impacting mental wellbeing at the moment. But what if you are also an unpaid carer?

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Cornavirus causes increase in employee concern about discussing mental health and long-term illness

Dealing with bereavement at work

Talking about death is still an uncomfortable discussion, especially in the workplace. Read our article detailing how you can break this process down into steps and provide support for your employees.