Troy-based Ulliance Announces Employee Assistance Program for Beaumont Health


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Uliance will help Beaumont Health's employees deal with workplace conflicts and personal difficulties and life changes.

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Uliance, a Troy-based international services provider, today announced Royal Oak-based Beaumont Health as their newest client to utilize their Life Advisor Employee Assistance Program service line, which offers solution-focused counseling services and a broad selection of work and life services, materials, and resources designed to help employees manage workplace conflicts and challenging life situations and changes.

Beaumont Health employs more than 35,000 people at eight hospitals throughout Michigan, and the employees and their dependents will have access to the Uliance EAP. Uliance has previously worked with Oakwood Healthcare, which has been part of Beaumont Health since 2011. 

"Ulliance is pleased to work with Beaumont Health, a leader in health and well-being," says Kent Sharkey, president and CEO of Ulliance. "We're excited to offer the Ulliance EAP service line to the health system by strengthening its expanded workforce, and making an impact in the lives of their employees. Ulliance is proud to have been selected to partner with such an organization like Beaumont, which has an outstanding reputation for being the gold standard of healthcare service delivery."

Uliance’s other EAP clients include: Carhartt, Ilitch Holdings Inc., International Automotive Components (IAC), Hospice of Michigan, The Kresge Foundation, Wayne State University, and Oakland County.

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