Employee Assistance Programs

Whether personal or health related, many employees have experiences that negatively impact their performance in the workplace.

Employee issues can lead to significantly reduced productivity, morale and employee retention while increasing medical costs and absenteeism. To break this cycle, employers are implementing robust Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) to reduce the risk of losing an employer’s greatest asset – its employees.  While EAPs have traditionally measured utilization to prove a success, today’s employers demand a greater focus on measuring outcomes and demonstrating results.