During Divorce & Co-Parenting
Makes Good Business Sense
Employees experiencing personal conflict outside the
workplace could be your greatest operating expense.
One in 10 employees will divorce in any given year.
Divorce & Co-parenting anxieties affect employees for up to five years taking a toll on productivity, well-being and creativity.
Employee productivity is reduced by 40% for the 6-months prior and the year of the divorce.
Co-workers & supervisors are also negatively affected by the associated stress of an associates divorce with a reduction in productivity by 4% & 2% respectively.
Supporting your employees during difficult life challenges increases their mental resilience and emotional well-being. Being able to navigate life changes from a place of strength benefits the employee, their families and ultimately your company’s bottom line.
Divorce is one of the most stressful life events and affects employee productivity immensely. At any one time, over 70% of your employees will be working at reduced productivity levels because of their own divorce or one of their co-workers! Divorce is the second most stressful life event and cannot be underestimated how it affects an employee’s productivity and quality of work.
Employees who feel supported bounce back faster, are more productive, creative and happier! Reach out to us at email@example.com to find out more how you can better support your employees through divorce & co-parenting with Agreed.