Stuart Gentle Publisher at Onrec

Evenbreak becomes an Employer for Carers

Evenbreak – the UK’s leading disability job board, becomes the latest organisation to join Employers for Carers - a service for employers seeking to support carers in their workforce.

As carers are twice as likely than the general public to have health concerns, the move complements Evenbreak’s approach of solely hiring applicants with lived experience of a disability or condition.

Jane Hatton, CEO of Evenbreak said “We are delighted to partner with Carers UK and be an Employer for Carers. We know that our current or future employees may also be carers and want employees to bring their whole selves to a work environment that’s flexible and supportive.”

Madeleine Starr, Director of Business Development and Innovation from Carers UK also said

“With our ageing population and loved ones with disabilities living for longer, juggling paid work with unpaid care is becoming increasingly common, especially since the pandemic. We are delighted to welcome Evenbreak as a member of Employers for Carers and look forward to working together in the future.”

About Employers for Carers

Employers for Carers (EfC) is managed and supported by the specialist knowledge of Carers UK and is steered by a leadership group of employers. Formally launched as a membership forum in January 2009, EfC now has over 240 organisations in membership covering nearly 4m employees across the private and non-profit sectors.

To find out more about Employers for Carers visit

About Evenbreak

Evenbreak is the only not-for-profit specialist job board run by and for disabled people. It helps inclusive employers to attract more talented disabled candidates. Advertising vacancies on Evenbreak powerfully demonstrates a company’s commitment to diversity and disability equality. 

Established since 2011, Evenbreak’s job board is built and maintained to the highest possible accessibility standards. More recently in 2021, Evenbreak has added the Career Hive to its platform, which provides resources for disabled people to progress into a career. Additional services include a best practice portal, and training and consultancy around inclusive recruitment. 

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