LONELINESS REDUCES TASK PERFORMANCE, LIMITS CREATIVITY, AND IMPAIRS OTHER ASPECTS OF EXECUTIVE FUNCTION, SUCH AS REASONING AND DECISION MAKING (HBR, 2017). DIVORCED EMPLOYEES LOSE OVER 168 HOURS OF WORK TIME IN THE YEAR FOLLOWING THE EVENT, EQUATING TO 8% OF THEIR TIME AT WORK.
Our business actively supports people to improve their current relationships, find new ones (inclusive of social skills coaching), or limit the impact of one ending. Our dating, relationship, and divorce specialists are highly respected and experienced in their fields.
For most of us the desire to share our life with others, inclusive of our fears and hopes, is of paramount importance to mental wellbeing. Conversely, being alone can be hugely difficult, and is a significant contributor to poor mental health. That’s why we believe that the business case for organisations to support their employees in this regards holds significant weight and is often overlooked.
Equally, when relationships are difficult or coming to an end, there is often a huge negative impact on mental health and workplace performance. This is why our business works with specialists who can support you at both ends of the relationship spectrum.