Employment Outcomes

 

Driving employment outcomes for complex jobseekers and time-poor case managers.

We have delivered truly world-leading results from simply investigating, over a decade, why aren’t all citizens trying to get a job, and how can we mobilise them, on their terms, into sustainable employment?

Our findings inform a PhD thesis on “Behavioural Change in the Unemployed” and have helped to drive and deliver policy. We remain years ahead of standard industry practice and are the first company that we can find, worldwide, that has developed, implemented and evaluated prescriptive analytics, video interventions, algorithm-informed coaching and KPI scores for the employment services sector.

These “disruptive” techniques have been developed from a frontline and jobseeker’s perspective. They consistently delivered remarkable increases in sustained employment outcomes. Solutions are adjusted for different target cohorts (youth, mature age, specific ethnicities, parents etc).

Preventing attrition. Improving productivity. Mental health early-warning systems.

There is evidence that technology and the fear of litigation may be making work environments increasingly pressured and stressful. However, technology can facilitate more complete, personalised and supportive work environments.

Esher House has led on the research into the eroders and builders of well-being in the workplace and has developed solutions and tools aimed at pragmatically, swiftly and cost-effectively improving productivity through reducing anxiety, stress, depression and absenteeism.

Preventing attrition. Improving productivity. Mental health early-warning systems.

Supporting employees back to work following injury is complex but rewarding. Secondary psychological issues are evidenced to hamper return-to-work.

Esher House has worked closely with leading work cover insurers, large government departments and state-wide organisations such as icare. Our return-to-work programmes are revolutionising this sector, finally enabling organisations to deliver upon the “fit note” approach.

Innovative methods of assessment and support interventions have led to world-leading increases in return-to-work outcomes for even those out of work for over 12 months. Our award-winning approach is growing rapidly by providing the missing link “psychological” part of the bio-psycho-social model. We’d be delighted to talk to you to help you really make a difference.

Academic
Papers

A Jobseeker Segmentation & Intervention Model Apr19

A Resilience-Well-being Psychosocial Intervention with Young Jobseekers – International Journal of Well-being Dec18

Coppin D. Are Jobseekers Jobseeking Paper – Journal of Rehabilitation 2017

Esher House – Mature Age Jobseeker Behavioural Insights Sept18

AWR 1-page Summary

Esher House Overview inc KPI & AI Oct18

Esher House ABS for Return to Work