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The Work & Life Hub supports the busy lives of your changing and diverse workforce whilst delivering insights to better understand your people. It provides comprehensive information and services to all individuals within an organisation, engaging them and allowing them to feel supported and valued. Employees can access it anytime, anywhere.

It can be optioned with a range of premium services to meet your specific diversity goals and branded in your corporate colours and implemented and managed by the knowledgable SeventeenHundred team. 

Recognising a diverse workforce

We recognise that employees are diverse, and their needs are as varied as their life circumstances. Our inclusive and dynamic content aims to support employees throughout their work-life journey, regardless of background, life stage and social identity. We have a number of experts providing content in the following areas: parenting, disability, aged care support, transition to and from the workforce, best practices in workplace flexibility, health and wellbeing and more.

The work-life journey isn’t straightforward, so to help your employees thrive in their everyday lives, we have also partnered with a range of fantastic service providers, including PetsOnMe, RewardsHere, Right at Home, Sittr, and UrbanYou. For more information on the unique services of our partners, please click here.

Premium add-ons

In addition to our partners above, we have a number of premium services available to complement your Work & Life Hub.

Uprise – Preventative Mental Health System

Uprise is an award-winning new technology for finding and supporting employees with mental health issues before they reach crisis point. Created at the University of New South Wales and backed by 10 years of clinical trials, Uprise is based on the idea that employees who need help are unlikely to ask for help, so Uprise reaches out to them rather than expecting employees to seek help on their own. 
Wellness Pulse Checks: 6 questions in less than a minute that give your company anonymised reporting on wellbeing and causes of risk. Uprise proactively reaches out to all at-risk employees.  
Digital Programs: Low risk employees are referred into digital resilience training and moderate risk into digital cognitive behavioural therapy. 
Phone Coaching: Moderate to high risk employees are linked with a psychologist who acts as a coach. Coaching is growth focused rather than remedial to prevent stigma. 
Face to face: If you have an EAP, Uprise can make your EAP work for you by referring complex issues to your provider. If you need an EAP, Uprise can provide face to face sessions with our provider network. 

Locator reports

Eases the stress and anxiety of finding the right childcare, school and age care. The SeventeenHundred Locator report service supports employees who are short on time or uncertain where to start to by researching and reporting on the most appropriate services that meet their particular requirements. 

Ask an expert

Our wide range of consultants and partners can offer valuable one-to-one advice and assistance to employees on a wide range of topics relating to childcare, aged care and disability.

A telephone appointment can be arranged on an employee’s request to seek advice on a range of caring topics. Areas covered by our experts span diverse topics such as understanding the childcare, aged care and disability care systems, the different types of care available, potential cost of care as well as understanding Government benefit and entitlements available.

Information packs

We have a range of packs offering both practical and useful advice including legislation and entitlements. With legislation, employee expectations and funding support constantly changing, our packs are the perfect tool to ensure you are providing the right information to your employees.

For more information on our packs, please see below:

Parental leave

This has been written to support parents about to embark on parental leave, either for the first time, or for subsequent children. You will find tips, checklists and the benefits you and your family may be entitled to during this time in your life.

Return to work

Returning to work from parental leave can seem daunting for some parents. This pack is full of helpful advice, checklists and support to help make the transition back to work as smooth as possible.

Dads and partners

The role of dads and partners in society today has changed dramatically; dads and partners are now playing a more active role in raising their children than any other generation. From the birth of their new baby, dads and partners now have an expectation that they will play a hands-on role and will be equally involved in decisions made around parenting. This pack has been designed to provide useful and practical advice and information for expectant and new dads and partners to make the parenting journey easier and more supported.

Parental leave toolkit

This toolkit is specifically designed to address all the key stages of the parental transition. Together with the stage based group coaching and webinars it provides tools and frameworks relevant to the phases before leave, during leave an on return. It helps parents plan and communicate proactively and influentially before, during and after their leave.

Choose a school guide

Watching your child head off to school for the first time, or spread their wings on their journey into secondary school, is an exciting time for any family. But it can be a bit overwhelming too – and not just for your child! We want to help you navigate the path ahead so you can be confident that you’ve found the right fit for your family and for your child in particular.

Flexible work toolkit

This toolkit has been designed for your managers to help identify the advantages and types of flexible work arrangements available. It provides an overview on legislation and practical options to make flexibility work for your workplace.

Aged care support

This pack has been designed to help employees plan ahead and prepare for their aged care responsibilities. The pack provides advice, information and support so employees can make informed decisions about the care of their loved one.

Taking care of mental health at work

This guide will assist you in identifying the signs and symptoms of poor mental health and mental illness; provide practical strategies that will allow you to support a colleague who is doing it tough, and offer you proven techniques to manage your own mental health both in and outside of work.

Keeping connected

The Keeping Connected program can assist organisations stay better connected with employees, smooth the transition back into the workplace after parental leave and retain valuable employees and talent. 

“It’s such a fantastic resource for so many aspects of working life, and life in general. The articles are interesting and applicable to working families. The recipes are quick and tasty! The videos accompanying the short exercises are very useful!” – Incitec Pivot employee

“I love that it shows our employers values our work life” – Qantas employee