EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME
WHY YOUR BUSINESS NEEDS EAP
EAP can enable employers to help staff who maybe experiencing either workplace or personal challenges which have a negative impact on the business. An effective EAP can help combat absenteeism, presentism and maintain productivity. According to Flanagan & OTS 2017, for productivity by itself, employers can expect to receive a return on Investment of 5-10 times that of their initial contributions.
BENEFITS FOR EMPLOYERS
Improvement in productivity/ morale/motivation.
lessening Presenteeism and increase in workplace efficiency.
Decrease in work related confrontations/grievances.
Promote/demonstrate a culture of ‘a caring employer.
Reduction in staff turnover and retaining best talents.
Aiding managers to identify/resolve staff issues
Enhancement and evaluation tool.
BENEFITS FOR EMPLOYEES
Contentment and happy at work.
Confidence in support from Employer.
The feeling that their employer values them.
Access to confidential professional health services
for employees and their families.
Mentally, physically and emotionally happier
in both work and family life.
Common emotional and mental health issues presenting in counselling, which have affected employees include;
Workplace / individual Stress management,
Alcohol and/or drug use / abuse.
Marital/ Family/ Relationships
Anxiety/ Depression / suicidal Ideation.
Auris Counselling EAP offers employees and family members a confidential counselling service, providing them resources to help in attaining a healthy work/life balance.
One of the advantages of the scheme is its flexibility, offering companies a choice of counselling options from short-term solution focused approach (CBT) appointments or longer-term counselling (employers’ discretion).
Employees who are experiencing emotional difficulties can be referred by contacting us directly via phone or email. Either an in-house site or individual visit can be organised and an assessment session provided to determine the best course of action.
Furthermore, we also have a referral procedure in position for ongoing referrals to other statutory and voluntary support agencies for continuing support if necessary.