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$750K Grant Funds National Growth Efforts

The Rockefeller Foundation Fuels WorkLab Innovations’ National Expansion

DENVER – April 12, 2017 ­– The Rockefeller Foundation recently awarded a grant totaling $750,000 to fund a national expansion that will replicate efforts, like those of WorkLife Partnership, to advance worker retention, boost employee engagement, and bolster productivity for companies with frontline workers.

WorkLab Innovations LLC is a nonprofit and a network organization leading the replication and scaling of this proven ‘sustainable workforce’ model. WorkLab operates under Denver-based WorkLife Partnership, a growth-driven nonprofit organization that works with companies in many fields including healthcare, manufacturing and the service sector.

Brewing Employee Health – Workplace Health Care Saves Money

Free Webinar: Learn how New Belgium Brewery brought doctors onsite & saved big 

DENVER – (April 12, 2017) The onsite doctors at New Belgium Brewery have a prescription for employee health and company savings. 

Continuing its Innovative Work Incentives webinar series, WorkLife Partnership presents “Bringing Basic Health Care in-house through an On-Site Medical Clinic,” a webinar featuring New Belgium Brewery in Fort Collins, Colo. This free webinar on April 26, 2017, will highlight the process, challenges, and benefits of creating an in-house health care team.

$1M Grant Helps Upskill Underemployed Families

W.K. Kellogg Foundation Funds Upskill Program To Help Low-Income Workers Progress

DENVER  – (Jan. 17, 2017) – WorkLife Partnership is expanding to help low-income, underemployed workers develop professionally and access resources to improve the lives of their families. The growth is funded by a two-year grant of nearly $1 million from the W.K. Kellogg Foundation of Battle Creek, Mich.

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