|RESEARCHING EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES|
|An introduction to EAPs|
An EAP is a work-based programme which can identify and help resolve employee concerns which may affect work performance.
|Key benefits of EAPs|
EAPs offering confidential telephone or face-to-face counselling for a range of issues from inflated gas bills to unfaithful husbands are here to stay and they are down in price.
|How an EAP supports the employer’s duty of care|
Employers are required by law to have a duty of care to ensure that they offer a safe, unthreatening environment in which to work.
|Who are the main EAP providers|
We present a list of the key EAP providers, with a short description of their remit.
|Questions to ask before choosing an EAP|
The choice of EAPs is wide, ranging from small, dedicated, niche EAPs right up to the huge providers like Axa Icas and Unum that also provide medical insurance.
|Three steps to getting the most out of an EAP |
Objective measures are necessary to properly assess the EAP.
|How to make an EAP deliver |
There are five key steps to ensuring you make your EAP deliver which are supported by case studies and survey evidence from XpertHR and other organisations.
|How to get value from your supplier|
We advise on how to maximise return on your investment in an EAP.