Through the grant, WorkLife Partnership will be able to serve up to 20,000 low-income Coloradans   DENVER–Oct. 27, 2022–WorkLife Partnership was recently awarded $1,000,000 of grant funding by The Colorado Health Foundation to support Financial Resilience and Wealth Creation for […]

Mental illness is a problem in your workforce. It can seem invisible, but 1 in 5 people experience a diagnosable mental illness each year. Imagine 1 in 5 of your workers coping with mental illness, and the cost to your business is staggering. This complete guide tells you everything you need to know to recognize and help when an employee is struggling.

Jan. 11, 2021, DENVER — As we enter the third year of the COVID-19 pandemic, workplaces are at a crossroads of how to create workplaces where people want to work and stay and advance. Less than one in five employees say that their employer […]

After an unfulfilling and nontraditional holiday season in 2020, Americans are expected to make the most of this year’s season with shopping, traveling and gathering with loved ones. While this is undoubtedly a time to celebrate, retailers, manufacturers, distributors and travel providers are bracing for the surge in consumer demand as labor shortage and supply chain disruptions continue.

Last quarter, WorkLife Partnership signed on with seven new employer partners, including Community Bridges Inc., Halo Security, the Humane Society of the Pikes Peak Region, International Community Health Services, JAX Mercantile Co., Meritage Hospitality Group and Swedish Health Services.

Liddy Romero

The tighter employment market and knock-on effects of the pandemic will push smart employers to plan for how they can compete to attract employees from a smaller pool of workers with more options. The most effective strategies will support their employees to solve the real barriers that otherwise keep them from work.

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