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Overwhelmed. Burned-out. Exhausted. No matter how you say it, American workers are stressed. In the last six months, 60% of WorkLife clients reported that their stress levels negatively impacted their work and home lives. According to the American Psychological Association, the high cost of living and healthcare expenses are to blame for American’s rising stress levels—with 72% of adults feeling stressed about money at least some of the time.

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.

We’re quickly approaching one of the largest days of online giving in the state. Colorado Gives Day, this year on Tuesday, December 4, encourages thousands of people to come together—in 24 hours—to support Colorado nonprofits like ours. At WorkLife, we believe prosperity […]

In communities across the country, there are leaders innovating to address the challenge of job quality. To support these innovations and encourage more, the Aspen Institute Economic Opportunities Program created a Job Quality Fellowship that brings together innovators from differing lines of focus who […]

WorkLab Innovations is a nonprofit network organization leading the replication and scaling of the Sustainable Workforce Model, which is the same model that drives WorkLife Partnership. WorkLab Innovations will begin its replication work in August with an initial group of […]

Hi there. My name is Christina, and I’m with Pathways and I work in their facilities in Western Weld County. I took the “Bootstraps” class with WorkLife Partnership, and I would highly recommend it. It helped me become more conscious […]

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