The WorkLife HUB is a research, training and consultancy company for work-life balance, workplace culture and the new reality of work.
Clients trust us with assessing their current work-life balance, gender equality policies and organisational culture initiatives, and delivering bespoke training and consultancy services to help attract and retain talent and improve employee wellbeing. Our experience covers a wide range of sectors and countries.
The WorkLife HUB consultants are leading global experts on work-life balance, committed to helping their clients achieve the best results.
Our aim is to provide you with actionable insight that relates directly to your organisational needs and future challenges.
Our engaging and powerful keynote presentations and talks are filled with real-life examples and actionable insight to motivate leadership and empower any audience.
By connecting with thought-leaders, we bring you the latest workplace trends and innovation from around the world.
We talk to authors, researchers, HR experts and CEOs and about their take on what makes a great workplace, how employees can flourish and what is their advice to others starting out or wanting to improve the wellbeing of their people.
Did you know .... about the new Work-Life Balance Directive? The combination of personal and professional life is still a paramount issue for many people, a question companies and decision makers have been grappling to resolve. A new European Union Directive on work-life balance aims to help with this, the WorkLife HUB ready to support the companies involved every step of the way.Go to blog
How digitalization affects the work-life balance of employees in central government administrations? What types of work-life balance arrangements and new ways of working are provided in the public sector aided by digitalization? In this research project we were tasked to explore the relationship between digitalization and how employees in central government administrations perceive their level of work-life balance and wellbeing.View case study