Employee wellbeing at work is central to what we do here at Your Employee Care.
Your Employee Care was created in response to an increased recognition that whilst smaller companies understood the benefits of employee health and wellbeing and wanted to support their employees, most programmes were designed to cater for larger organisations and out of their reach.
Our key values are Care, Expertise, Empathy and Diligence, delivering key working life solutions through dedicated services designed to improve the lives of employees. These services deliver significant benefits to employers through improving productivity, increasing staff retention, and reducing replacement recruitment costs. Parental Choice delivers cost effective solutions that demonstrate a significant return on investment and are highly appreciated by employees.
Your Employee Care is a subsidiary of Working Life Solutions, which has been helping working families juggle their careers and childcare or eldercare responsibilities since 2011. Your Employee Care is the newest member of the Working Life Solutions family, joining Your Employee Wellbeing and PC Payroll. Your Employee Wellbeing helps parents and carers find the perfect childcare or eldercare solution for their families. PC Payroll complements their nanny recruitment service by looking after the contract and HR administration, payroll and pension for nannies’ employment.
Your Employee Care brings together all the family-led expertise of Working Life Solutions alongside other experts who we have carefully selected to offer wellbeing advice, information and support services.
Branching out with wider employee wellbeing services was a natural step by Working Life Solutions founder and CEO, Sarah-Jane Butler.
The Working Life Solutions family of brands is run out of offices near Hampton Court in South West London. The team are all working parents themselves and understand the issues facing other working families who want to enjoy a career and do the best for their families.
Sarah-Jane is a former City lawyer who is passionate that employers should be recognising the struggles many employees have outside the workplace, which may affect their performance at work. Putting in place a wellbeing at work programme provides employers with the opportunity to support their employees and enjoy a more productive and motivated workforce.