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If you are looking for an EAP Employee Assistance Program Company to help establish a support service for your staff, we can help.

Be Careful When Choosing An EAP Provider 

EAP Employee Assistance Program

HRwisdom have been reviewing EAP schemes since 2008.

Be careful when choosing your Employee Assistance Program provider.

We are aware of some EAP firms promising to provide X number of sessions times per employee but only delivering half of those sessions.

We can refer you to trusted Employee Assistance Program firms that we recommend.

Find out more now by using the form over on the right.

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Benefits of An EAP Employee Assistance Program

A good Employee Assistance Program can help:

  • Improve the morale of your staff
  • Retain key people in times of stress
  • Facilitate workplace change
  • Help during times of economic downturn and redundancies
  • Position you as an Employer of Choice

What Is An EAP Employee Assistance Program?

Here’s a quick outline of these support schemes:

Employees and their household members may use EAPs to help manage issues in their personal lives.

EAP counselors typically provide assessment, support, and referrals to additional resources such as counselors for a limited number of program-paid counseling sessions.

The issues for which EAPs provide support vary, but examples include:

  • substance abuse
  • emotional distress
  • major life events, including births, accidents and deaths
  • health care concerns
  • financial or non-work-related legal concerns
  • family/personal relationship issues
  • work relationship issues
  • concerns about aging parents

An EAP’s services are usually free to the employee and their household members, having been pre-paid by the employer.

In most cases, an employer contracts with a third-party company to manage its EAP.

Some of these companies rely upon other vendors or contracted employees for specialized services to supplement their own services, such as: financial advisors, attorneys, travel agents, elder/child care specialists, and the like.

Confidentiality is maintained in accordance with privacy laws and ethical standards.


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