As a quality leader in the stand-alone EAP field, LifeMatters provides time-tested solutions to improve employee well-being and improve organizations. Using measurable outcomes, responsive services and flexible program designs, our solutions are proven to provide improvement in areas such as work engagement, life satisfaction, work distress, absenteeism and presenteeism. Visit our Knowledge Center to keep up to date on the most recent thought leadership that can help you improve your own program or learn how LifeMatters can help your organization.
As a market thought leader, LifeMatters continues to gain insights into workforce productivity, wellbeing and safety.
Having provided our services to over 325 organizations and their 2.2 million employees, we have learned a lot about keeping the modern workforce happy and engaged. Our blog articles share those insights.
To reach your growth goals and improve the bottom line, you need employees that are engaged, unified, and working together. That starts with workplace wellbeing, and here are six initiatives to help you improve it.
There are things every employer can do right now that will help them to identify and resolve toxic situations, while continuing to build upon and improve the healthy aspects that are present in any company.
Of all the challenges faced by employers today, absenteeism is the most rampant. It kills productivity, decreases morale, and increases costs. But you can learn how to reduce the effects of absenteeism in this white paper.
EAPs not integrated with a health plan can help your organization effectively combat depression and anxiety in ways that reduce the expense and complexity of complying with the Affordable Care Act (ACA).
Numerous factors can influence a plan's success, however, there are some commonly overlooked reasons why plans unexpectedly fail and LifeMatters Global has summarized them for you in our latest white paper.
When looking for a global EAP, it is important to consider more than just areas of coverage. Learn the most important elements you should consider when looking to expand your program internationally.
Evaluating EAP providers? Use our 11-point checklist to take a more nuanced approach and sort through the seemingly similar EAPs.