About Workplace Options
With more than 37 years of experience, Workplace Options offers emotional, practical, and physical wellbeing support to employees and their families around the world. Service centers in Raleigh, US; London, UK; Dublin, Ireland; Toronto and Montreal, Canada; Jakarta, Indonesia; Lisbon, Portugal; Bangalore, India; Lille and Paris, France; Gent, Belgium; Dubai, UAE; Shanghai, China; and Singapore support more than 58 million employees in 90,000 organizations, in over 200 countries and territories. We are a private organization owned by CEO, Dean Debnam; COO, Alan King; and other board members.
Workplace Options was founded in 1982 by three working mothers frustrated with the experience of not being able to find quality child care for their young children. They started the company with the hope that they could convince businesses to invest in early education as a way to keep employees and we would be able to drive the quality and access of services for all families. Throughout our entire history, Workplace Options has remained completely dedicated to helping organizations support their most valuable assets: their people. Our focus is to make employees’ lives easier, healthier, and more productive. These improvements translate into more efficient workplaces, more engaged employees, and increased company loyalty.
Comprehensive offering – We offer a full suite of integrated wellbeing services to address employees’ emotional, physical, and practical needs.
Organizational flexibility – We have an ardent entrepreneurial spirit and an organizational structure that allow us to be flexible and customizable. We go above and beyond to meet our clients’ needs, ultimately delivering a service that exceeds expectations.
Innovation – We focus on increasing access, engagement, and outcomes. We don’t view technology as a distraction from the core intention of our services. We seek ways for new technologies to enhance the end-user experience, not complicate it. We have a solid history of leadership in this area and continue to be at the forefront with our new and upcoming developments.
Global coverage – We deliver services in over 200 countries and territories. This allows US clients with global operations to extend coverage worldwide, ensuring benefits parity across the organization while accounting for local needs and cultural differences.
Workplace Options Offerings
- H&P POINT SOLUTIONS
- Corporate Caregiving Services
- Financial Wellness Programs
- Financial Coaching Tools
- Financial Education
- Financial Coaching
- EAP Providers
- Mindfulness at Work
- Stress Management in the Workplace
- Corporate Resilience Program
- Tobacco Cessation Program
- PHYSICAL WELLNESS
- Health Coaches
- Telephonic Health Coach
- Health Literacy Programs
- Weight Management Programs
- Finger Stick Blood Test
- Biometric Screening
- Venipuncture Biometric Screening
- Health Risk Assessment
Workplace Options Reviews
Workplace Options Materials
LiveWell Promo Guide – Workplace Options.pdf
Wellness_US_Eng_Live Well Motivate-Healthy Workplace.doc
WPO Live Well Wellness Catalog 2017.pdf
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