Finding and affording quality childcare when and where you need it can be a tough task. And when you can't rely on your childcare, it can take time and attention away from your work.
Essential workers with limited resources and little to no safety net are being hit fastest and hardest by this crisis. WorkLife has 11 years’ experience supporting frontline employees through the most difficult times in their lives.
We are uniquely prepared to help you support your workers in this crisis. You’re not in this alone. WorkLife can help.
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 have to-the-minute resource expertise
Our Navigators are aggressively cultivating this rapidly changing resource landscape. We’re monitoring minute-to-minute changes in available funding and benefits, program closings, and quarantine requirements and seeking supportive services to fill the gaps.
Since 2009, companies have trusted us to help their employees overcome challenges that keep them from showing up and being engaged at work.
Stay employed for at least one year after receiving support.
Feel less stressed at home and at work, so they can be more focused on the job.
Feel better prepared to handle similar challenges in the future.
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Mental illness is a problem in your workforce. It can seem invisible, but 1 in 5 people experience a diagnosable mental illness each year. Imagine 1 in 5 of your workers coping with mental illness, and the cost to your business is staggering. This complete guide tells you everything you need to know to recognize and help when an employee is struggling.
As the economy reopens and we all settle into a strange new normal, employers are faced with a new challenge: how to resume business while balancing what’s safe for your workers. You’re likely stocking up on cleaning supplies and masks, retrofitting workspaces and rearranging floorplans. But to fully support your workers, there’s more to consider than hygiene and health.