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Three Steps to a Better Workforce

Our number one goal during Program Launch is to ensure that our services are clearly communicated across your entire organization.

 

To achieve this goal, we have established the following three-step process:

WorkLife discovers your goals to better support your workforce.

  • We start with a brief logistics call to review WorkLife services and to set a launch schedule.

 

  • In this conversation, we hope to learn more about how WorkLife can best support your employees.

 

  • At the end of the call, you will have a program launch plan to communicate to your organization.

WorkLife creates a plan to engage with your employees.

  • We’ll schedule a place and time for the WorkLife Navigator to host ongoing site visits.

 

  • We’ll develop marketing materials to introduce the program to your workforce and establish a dedicated email and SMS keyword your employees can use to contact us.

 

  • We’ll meet with your managers and supervisors to build awareness of the program and answer questions.

WorkLife presents our program to your leadership and employees.

  • It’s go time! Your assigned Navigator will come onsite to introduce him/herself to your employees, answer their questions, and pass out their contact information.

 

  • We’ll provide digital and/or print marketing materials and a presentation you can share to your employees who can’t attend the introduction in person.

Post Launch

After we’ve launched, we’ll stay in touch.

 

The Navigator will actively interact with your workforce through onsite visits, participation in “all hands” meetings, benefits fairs, and new employee onboarding events. We’ll also send periodic text and email reminders directly to your staff.

 

We’ll check in with you at least quarterly to report back on success measurements, impact, and program outcomes.