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The Care Workers’ Charity gains new Corporate Sponsor.

The Care Worker’s Charity are delighted to have a new Sponsor in Unique IQ.

Unique IQ’s workforce management software was born out of a desire to develop an affordable solution that effectively addresses the headaches inherent to mobile workforce management. Incorporating their advanced technical knowledge and detailed understanding of the challenges of managing a remote workforce, they are now recognised as an innovative and forward-thinking organisation.

Founded in 2003 by CEO David Lynes, Unique IQ successfully operates across a range of sectors, with a specific focus on home care. They are rapidly growing and recognised for their top-drawer customer service. With a legacy of many years at the forefront of the technology industry, Unique IQ operates both nationally and internationally and places a premium on honesty, commitment, and teamwork.

CEO & Founder of Unique IQ, David Lynes, said: “There is sadly a very real need for the financial support The Care Workers’ Charity offers to care workers right now. We hear about this daily through our work as a software provider to care organisations, so joining forces with The Care Workers’ Charity gives us an opportunity to support the frontline of care.

“The work that the charity is doing aligns really well with our ethos and values here at Unique IQ, so we were glad to be approached by The Care Workers’ Charity to put our support onto a more formal footing. While it does not fix the problems that are causing hardship for care workers, kudos must go to Karolina and The Care Workers’ Charity for stepping in so valiantly to try to fill the gap.”

Karolina Gerlich, CEO of The Care Workers’ Charity said “It is wonderful to have Unique IQ on board as a supporter and is a notable example of a company who are giving back to the sector their customers belong to. Supporting front line care workers has a beneficial ripple effect on the entire sector, ensuring that providers have the skills and experience they need to provide high quality care and reduce pressure on the NHS”

“We also love to see a CEO who gets involved and David certainly does that with his cycling challenge last year raising a wonderful amount of money for The Care Workers’ Charity which we so gratefully accepted”

We are proud to have supported care workers with our grants and mental health support throughout the pandemic and beyond with the help from our sponsors such as Unique IQ.

To continue our essential support of care workers we need to continue to rely on the support of our supporter members, sponsors, and fundraisers.

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