Wondering how your employee assistance program stacks up?
Here is an overview of the basics for evaluating an employee assistance program.
Wanting to add an EAP to your benefits package, but not sure how an EAP will fit into your budget? You’ve found the right place! This article will answer the question: How much do EAP programs cost, and so much more!
Feel free to share this article with other decision-makers at your company to help you through the EAP buying process.
Police officers have the highest rate of suicides among any profession. There are 3 times as many police officers that commit suicide than die in the line of duty. Thank a Police Officer Day on Friday, September 17th, 2021, is a great opportunity to tell our officers how thankful we are for all they do and reevaluate how we support those who protect us.
You sit down at your home office desk in the morning, and you just aren’t feeling it. Your brain is clogged with countless tasks. Your body aches, and you feel exhausted. There’s no way you can slog through another day.
This is the reality of absenteeism at work. Employees are burnt out, unengaged, and unhappy. Fortunately, there are some simple things you can do to help reduce absenteeism in your workplace.
We often think about our physical and mental health–but what about our intellectual health? Intellectual health is creating sustainable health and happiness. It is what pushes us forward, empowers us to learn from life experiences, and think critically as we navigate. Supporting intellectual development expands your knowledge and skills, reduces stress at work, and can lead to a more stimulating, engaging life! So how do you support your intellectual health while working remotely?
Read on for some creative ideas.
If you’re a human being, you’ve been stressed. But stress doesn’t have to be a constant in life.
Employers have an opportunity – and an obligation – to provide stress management tools for their hardworking teams.
Keeping employee stress levels low is a common interest among business owners and managers. The less overwhelmed employees are, the more productive they can be.
Unfortunately, there’s not usually a big budget set aside for office stress relief. But don’t worry, we’ve got you covered!
When is National Housekeeping Appreciation Week? It is just around the corner! This September 12th-18th is the time of year when we honor and appreciate the dedicated workers who keep our offices, hotel rooms, and lobbies clean and tidy.
In this blog post, we’ll provide some ideas for showing housekeepers how much you appreciate them!
Employees who feel stress at work often feel like there is no hope for things to get better. When there’s poor communication, lack of clarity, and all-around confusion at work, it can be hard for them to feel motivated to even show up day after day.
The good news is that business leaders can do something about stress at work.
Workplaces can be anxiety-inducing spaces for employees. With deadlines looming, office politics to manage, plus unforeseen issues arising such as COVID-19, there’s a lot to handle! Employee anxiety negatively impacts productivity. When your team is distracted by stress, they’re not able to function to their full capacity.
When employee anxiety and stress are handled appropriately, staff can get back to focusing on their work instead!
If you’ve ever had an EAP at your company, perhaps you’ve experienced some of the pros and cons of an employee assistance program. While these programs provide much-needed mental health support that helps keep employees working, healthy, and happy, there are also issues with the current structure of most EAPs. Read on to learn more about the pros and cons of Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs).