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The business case for reducing worker stress

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.

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When It Comes to Health Insurance, Do Your Employees Really Know What They’re Getting?

Janet* recently reached out to WorkLife Partnership’s Benefits Navigator because she needed help affording her husband’s prescriptions. The employee was used to paying a small co-pay for prescriptions (around $10) on her previous insurance plan, and was surprised to learn […]

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