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Your employee benefits should be responsive to your employees’ real problems. That’s where we come in.

WorkLife’s Resource Navigators are at the heart of what we do. With specialized training in community resources, financial health, trauma and mental health, and motivational interviewing, they are uniquely qualified to support your employees during some of the most difficult times in their lives. That way, whatever your employees are facing at home, they can be present and productive at work.

Here’s how we do it:

We ask and we listen.

We know the right questions to ask so we understand your employees’ challenges and what’s causing them. We’re trained to talk with people coping with hardship and we know how to help.

We give personalized, one-on-one support.

We connect your employees to thousands of resources that address their immediate concerns and then we work together to create a plan that gets them back on track. We encourage their progress over time so they feel supported along the way.

We think long term.

We help your employees build the knowledge and skills they need to tackle future challenges and progress toward their goals. With the trust we build, they know they can come to us whenever they need support.

Why WorkLife?

 Since 2009, companies have trusted us to help their employees overcome challenges that keep them from showing up and being engaged at work.

93%

of workers who’ve met with a Resource Navigator in the last four quarter are still employed.

67%

of  WorkLife survey respondents say that they are less stressed after working with a Resource Navigator.

65%

of WorkLife survey respondents said that felt very or extremely prepared to handle similar situations in the future.

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WorkLife Partnership is excited to announce that we received a $1.1 million investment from the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation earlier this fall. This funding will spark a major leap forward in the way that we meet the needs of businesses and their workers.

"I've stopped checking my mail," said Travis, overwhelmed by the past-due medical bills and collections notices piling up in his mailbox. Unfortunately, Travis' situation is all too familiar. It seems like every week another family is in the news, sharing their story about unexpected medical bills, unaffordable healthcare costs, or being so burdened by medical debt that they have to file for bankruptcy. These stories aren't anomalies; they're very much a reflection of reality.

Food insecurity is the lack of access, at times, to enough food to meet all household members’ nutritional needs. And it’s often invisible to those who aren’t experiencing it. You may never know that one of your employees is skipping meals at home because he/she lacks the money or resources to maintain an adequate diet every day.

Schedule a conversation.

So you can get your employees the help they need and empower them to bring their best selves to work.