We help employees navigate solutions to work and home life challenges so they can be mentally and emotionally free to show up and be engaged at work.
When your employees face issues at home or conflict at work, they are more likely to become disengaged. Disengaged employees not only drain energy from the workplace—they also cost businesses between $450 and $550 billion in productivity a year.
Whether your workers are concerned about childcare costs and availability, a utility shut-off, an impending eviction, or a pile-up of bills, they will not be equipped to give your business their undivided attention and dedication. Financial stress is one of the most distracting and consuming types of stress—and without proper support, it’s one of the most difficult stressors to overcome and manage without help.
Your workers may also face conflicts within their roles. These types of workplace conflicts result in, on average, two hours of lost employee productivity per week.
WorkLife Partnership will work with you to maximize employee engagement by providing meaningful solutions to home- and work-life issues. Our workplace Navigators will work on the scene with you and your employees using our proven approach called the Sustainable Workforce Model, which subverts the traditional paradigm of separate work and home lives.
We work with businesses to connect workers with resources—like financial literacy and interpersonal conflict resolution tactics—that facilitate actionable change.
Your employees are an asset—not an expense. By focusing on workforce engagement, you can reduce the rate of turnover in your business, which saves you and your HR department time and money in the hiring and onboarding processes. In fact, according to a recent Gallup Poll, workers who are “engaged and thriving” are 59% less likely to leave their jobs.
By partnering with WorkLife Partnership, your business can expect a customized, thoughtful approach to solving your employee engagement issues.
Let’s get started on solutions to workplace engagement.