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.
Organizations have always fought for talent. Like any economic equation, supply and demand inequality poses a serious challenge for companies, particularly those in high growth mode. While the recession presented recruiters with a larger pool of candidates, it did not necessarily provide a larger pool of skilled candidates.
Some people find it easy to describe the picture they have in their minds of financial success. It could mean having a roof over your head, a reliable car to use, or a job that brings you income on a regular basis. For others it may mean knowing that you have the money to pay the bills that come up each month and maybe a little extra to do something nice for yourself or a loved one every once in a while. No matter how you define financial success, it can be hard to find the money in your monthly budget to help you reach those financial goals. Here are some tips to help you be more successful in reaching your financial goals:
Since the financial meltdown of 2008 and the recession that followed, businesses in the U.S. have struggled to adapt to an uncertain and fluctuating economic climate. Sluggish growth, persistently high unemployment, and sharp spending cuts by businesses and consumers alike have taken a toll on the morale of the American workforce. According to annual State of the Workforce polls by Gallup Business Journal, the percent of employees that would call themselves engaged in their work has stagnated around 30% since 2000.