With 39 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 70 million employees in 116,000 organizations, in over 200 countries and territories. We are a private organization owned by CEO, 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.
Chief Revenue Officer
Phone number: (416) 268-2469
Director of Business Solutions
Phone number: 919-737-5697
At Workplace Options (WPO), customer experience isn’t just central to our business. It is our business. It’s what we do and all we do. In this position paper, we highlight how we help employees and organizations succeed.
People are at the heart of what we do. We understand the power of technology and how to harness it to engage and empower individuals to access the care they need when they need it. In this position paper, we highlight how we leverage technogloy to deliver wellbeing services to our members.
Even if we don't know what they mean, most of us have heard of anxiety, depression, and burnout. It might be that we have a sense of these and what they mean through relating our own experience to them—yes! I have felt depressed, burned out, anxious, stressed, exhausted…—but how do they relate to (and differ from) each other? Are there clear separations, or is it that when we recognize these in ourselves, we do in fact recognize them all?