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Now more than ever, employers are investing in wellness programs to improve the physical health of their workforce. Various studies, however, offer conflicting results on whether workplace wellness programs actually provide cost savings and improved worker health.

When I moved to Colorado to start a new job, I knew that I would have the same salary, but the cost of living was 200% what I was accustomed to in Kansas City. I also owed significant debt to the IRS due to an error. I was having a hard time digging out from this tax debt, and I was scared about how I was going to make things work financially in Colorado. On top of that, I ultimately wanted to get into a place of my own since the cost of real estate was skyrocketing.

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.