WorkLife Assistant has recently announced the debut of its new engagement and well-being platform that aims to aid employees in living and working in a more healthy and efficient way. Designed for small to mid-sized enterprises, WorkLife Assistant offers capabilities to regulate the needs of an individual’s lifestyle to help them work better in their day to day.
Founded on six key pillars of total well-being (physical, emotional, social, financial, occupational and family), the company strives to alleviate the burdens typically carried by employees in their personal lives that often affect their job performance.
Platform users have access to a variety of interactive features, including on-demand courses, customized plans, coaching options, activity tracking capabilities, interactive challenges, and an educational resources library that will help them achieve their personalized goals. WorkLife Assistant is unique in that it has aggregated a broad range of solutions onto a single, user-friendly online platform providing simplified outsourced administration to ensure employee privacy and engagement delivered at a lower cost for the SMB employer.
WorkLife Assistant’s mission is to combat a growing threat to business organizations – employee stress. This stress, which can be caused by a wide variety of factors, leads to diminished productivity, increased absenteeism, higher employee turnover, lower employee morale, and more. Alternatively, a happy, healthy and engaged workforce can reduce costs by more than $1,600 per employee per year while reducing sick days, improving sales, improving productivity and improving accuracy.
Unfortunately, modern day wellness and engagement programs have been too limited to address all stress drivers, and as a result, far too many employees remain stressed and disengaged. This is where WorkLife Assistant’s opportunity and competitive advantage lies. WorkLife Assistant aims to challenge the current perception of well-being and engagement by taking a holistic approach to improving the employee experience, both in and out of the workplace.
“We have yet to find anything in the small to mid-size market quite like what we’ve envisioned and built for WorkLife Assistant and are confident that our offering will only continue to grow in demand,” says CEO, Don Rowe.
SOURCE WorkLife Assistant
Edited by K. Fanning
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