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Your people are your most valuable asset.

As an HR professional with competing priorities and an already full plate, you don’t always have the time and resources to ensure your workforce is thriving. Add in the high cost of housing and lack of affordable childcare options, your frontline workers may need additional support so they can show up and be engaged while at work.

You have the opportunity to help them succeed.

By making investments in your workforce through programs like WorkLife Partnership, you can help your employees overcome what’s keeping them from being productive on the job. From helping your staff navigate Colorado’s expensive housing market, to securing affordable and reliable childcare and avoiding predatory pay day loans, WorkLife Partnership is positioned to work directly with your employees who need additional support so they can succeed at both home and work.

What our Employer Partners are saying about us.

“We partnered with Worklife in 2017 and 2018 to deliver upskilling and mentoring services to individuals who wanted to enter college and become CNAs. Many of those individuals had no secondary education experience and mastering the eligibility requirements of enrollment was daunting. They were intimidated and some wanted to turn and run away. Fortunately, our Upskill Coach, walked with them. She cajoled, encouraged, directed, and guided students through enrollment, classwork, graduation, and certification. Without that personal relationship and subject matter expertise, fewer individuals would have successfully passed the course, and been available for employment at CLC.”

– Jan Roth, Executive Director of HR

“WorkLife is a great resource that offers assistance and support to overcome many of the obstacles our employees may be facing. WorkLife has various connections throughout the community to offer individualized support to put our employees on the path to success.  At first, we thought our employees might be reluctant to discuss personal matters with someone they did not have a familiar relationship with. But, as more employees meet with the WorkLife navigator, their trust level grows and now they are even referring their coworkers to the program. It is so nice to see our employees receive the individualized help and attention they need.”

– Dawn Donaldson, Benefits & Compensation Coordinator

“We understand that having major life challenges can be very distracting for our employees. However, if WorkLife can provide assistance to those who need it, our employees are able to focus on our residents and provide them with quality care. Also, we have seen an impact of WorkLife’s program on our retention numbers. Employees who have spent time with a Navigator stay in their roles longer compared to those who have not. The cost and time to retrain a new employee is too high to not partner with WorkLife.”

–  Yvonne Myers, Health Systems Director &  Joyce Saffel, Human Resources Director

WorkLife Partnership works directly with employers to address workplace productivity, engagement, and retention problems by helping your workforce navigate solutions to real life problems.


 average percent of the annual salary to replace a middle-skilled worker


 average ROI realized by employer members partnering with WorkLife Partnership


of employees we work with remained employed at the end of the year

Help your workforce thrive.

There are so many resources available to employers and their workforce—countless programs, incentives, and economic development initiatives—it can be difficult to focus on the ones that will actually impact your workforce.

WorkLife works directly with you and your employees, leveraging the community resources that we’ve cultivated over the last decade. We use data to understand an employer’s needs, so we’re able to strategically tackle the retention, engagement, and productivity issues affecting your workforce

WorkLife understands the impact that financial instability, and the stress associated with it, can have on both your employees and your business. First, we help our clients overcome immediate financial hurdles and then we work with them to establish a household budget. To support them in achieving longer-term financial goals, WorkLife leverages our relationships with community partners.

Almost 80% of metro Denver residents commute to work by car, with more than 20% spending an hour or longer to get to their jobs. When adding up the cost of gas, insurance, car payment, tolls, parking, and routine maintenance, the average worker can spend more than $7,500 per year on transportation alone.

With headlines like “Colorado employers stretched thin by tight labor markets” and “Worker shortage will hold back Colorado’s economic growth in 2018” appearing regularly in local news coverage this year, it should come as no surprise that we’re amidst a […]

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