WorkLife Partnership Blog

5 Keys to Measuring the ROI of Employee Retention Investments (Accurately)

The hard and soft costs of turnover are now well established in the business literature. Over 100 years of research and analysis on the topic can be distilled into one central point:  Investing in employee retention pays off. But with […]

Workplace benefits should not be one-size-fits-all

You’re buying employee benefits, but are they the right fit for your employees? The onset of the pandemic has transformed the status-quo for benefits with more and more options and offerings available for workers. While you are buying benefits, it […]

How are scheduling challenges impacting employees in your organization?

Working erratic hours, lack of sleep, adverse health outcomes, and significantly higher turnover are all consequences of unstable work schedules. Unstable scheduling often results in employees scrambling to meet their own personal needs and care for their families. In order […]

The business case for reducing worker stress

Overwhelmed. Burned-out. Exhausted. No matter how you say it, American workers are stressed. In the last six months, 60% of WorkLife clients reported that their stress levels negatively impacted their work and home lives. According to the American Psychological Association, the high cost of living and healthcare expenses are to blame for American’s rising stress levels—with 72% of adults feeling stressed about money at least some of the time.