Why WorkLife?


of workers who’ve met with a Resource Navigator in the last four quarter are still employed.


of  WorkLife survey respondents say that they are less stressed after working with a Resource Navigator.


of WorkLife survey respondents said that felt very or extremely prepared to handle similar situations in the future.

We’re your human resource partner.

We know that you need to be trusted by your employees and your company. But in order to do that, you need a happy, productive workforce. However, your employees are experiencing life challenges that your current benefits can’t address, leaving you feeling like you’re letting your people down. That’s why we’re here. We operate as your partner, offering you and your employees support when and where it’s needed.

We provide the right expertise, when and where you need it.

Our expert Resource Navigators often engage with your workforce at some of the most difficult times of their lives: impending evictions, utility shut-offs, and inability to afford food for themselves and their families. When this happens, our Navigators meet your employees where they’re at to help find solutions to housing, transportation, healthcare, budgeting, childcare, and other day-to-day challenges that put their employment at risk. Our Navigators have specialized training in community resources, financial health, trauma and mental health, and motivational interviewing.

We’re data driven.

WorkLife provides you with data that go beyond just program utilization rates. We report how our service has reduced your employees’ stress and increased their confidence in handling future challenges. WorkLife also reports the retention rate among employees who have utilized our service, which ultimately leads to reduced turnover costs for your business. Additionally, WorkLife’s data reports give you a sightline into the real issues impacting your employees so you can invest in programs and benefits that meet them where they’re at.

Our services are tailored to the diverse needs of your workforce.

WorkLife has identified that affording housing and food, accessing adequate health insurance coverage, and mental/behavioral health concerns are some of the biggest challenges faced by the employees we serve. Many of these challenges are rooted in high cost of living, expensive housing markets, and costly healthcare—making it difficult for lower-wage workers to keep their heads above water. WorkLife is equipped to handle these challenges, which often fall outside of the scope of an EAP. And because we’re a non-profit, WorkLife can provide your employees with small dollar cash assistance so financial emergencies don’t set them back for months.

Schedule a conversation.

So you can get your employees the help they need and empower them to bring their best selves to work.