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Your Partner in Workforce RETENTION and ENHANCEMENT

WorkLife Partnership is a not-for-profit organization dedicated to creating socially sustainable communities and thriving workplaces in Colorado. Through partnerships with employers, WorkLife Partnership provides direct services and training to employees to help them overcome the barriers that keep them from getting to work, staying at work, and being productive at work.

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Why Employers Should Care

posted on: 8/26/2014

During the heart of the recession in 2009, I opened Sugar Bliss Cake Boutique retail location in Downtown Chicago. Being a start up business, I started all staff (9 employees) at minimum wage, which, at that time, was roughly $7.50 per hour in Illinois. I told my employees that if Sugar Bliss Cake Boutique was successful that I would be able to increase their wages above minimum wage.

Good Bye Audrey -A Social Services Soliloquy

posted on: 8/19/2014

Audrey worked for New Mercer Commons at Columbine Health Systems from July 2011 to July 2014 and is proud to be part of its history. After a promotion, she will conquer new endeavors at North Shore Health & Rehab Facility as Social Services Director. Best of luck to Audrey and we hope she continues to love her job!

Stability Through Worklife Partnership

posted on: 8/13/2014

Thousands of parents wish to financially support their children, but are unable to consistently do so as a result of their own lack of income.