It can be difficult to balance the demands of work with those of your personal life. Stress, work, concerns and coping with personal situations can throw your life out of balance. This program is a one-stop resource that offers consultation, information, and personalized community referrals, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for you and your family members.
This program is a part of your benefit package and easy to use. Best of all, you may call as often as you like. The Masters-level consultant will help assess your situation and develop a plan with you to resolve concerns. Calls are strictly confidential* ; no one will know you called unless you tell them. The consultants have access to resources and in-house experts to provide the appropriate information that will meet your needs.
Unum’s Work/Life Balance Program is made available to save time, money and energy by providing information at your fingertips – allowing more time for you to do the things you enjoy. The help you need is just a phone call or on-line click away.
When you call, you will be assisted by expert consultants who can help with issues such as:
Finding time for yourself, relationship conflicts, first time events, grief and loss, depression stress, marital concerns.
House sitting, appliance/home repairs, buying big-ticket items, pet sitter/pet care, healthy lifestyle, nutrition, and exercise.
Divorce, family matters, landlord/tenancy, real estate, consumer issues, criminal, debt/credit matters, estate planning, and attorney selection, will preparation.
Budgeting, debt management, investing, insurance options, taxes, retirement, planning.
Education & Schooling
Homework issues, study habits, college application process and selection, special needs programs, scholarships.
Co-worker relationships, change in workplace, business travel, career planning, communication skills.
Parenting and Child Care
Pregnancy and birth, adoption, child development, step or single parenting, adolescents, discipline issues, childcare options.
Resources for Seniors
Long-distance caregiving, care options, Medicare information, meal and transportation programs.
Disability & Accessibility
Education rights and resources, independent living, accessing services, confronting discrimination, caregiver support.
Addiction & Recovery
Alcohol, smoking, gambling, eating disorders, education, treatment options.
*The consultants must abide by federal regulations regarding duty to warn of harm to self or others. In these instances, the consultant may be mandated to report a situation to the appropriate authority.