There are countless ways employees can be thrown off their A-game – from anxiety to altercations at work, pandemics to problems at home.
But how can employers improve the mental, emotional, and physical well-being of their staff?
By implementing an employee assistance program (EAP).
According to the International Employee Assistance Professionals Association, 97% of U.S. companies with over 5,000 employees already have an EAP program in place. Small and midsize businesses realize the huge benefits of EAP programs too, as 75% of businesses with 250 – 1,000 employees also make use of EAP programs.
Hasn’t your business instigated an EAP program already?
If not, it’s about time you thought about it.
By reading this post, you’ll understand what exactly an EAP program is, the history of it, why it’s beneficial for employers and employees alike, and even gain access to EAP templates created by Process Street. Make your way through the following sections to get clued-up:
- What is an employee assistance program (EAP)?
- The history of the employee assistance program
- Employee assistance program benefits
- Process Street’s EAP program templates
- Use Process Street to ensure your workforce are safe, secure, and stable
If you’re in a rush, here are the links to the free EAP templates:
- Critical Incident Stress Management Checklist
- Achieving Work-Life Balance Checklist
- Work Anxiety Resolution Checklist
- Daily Schedule Template
- Office Conflict Resolution Checklist
- Lisa A. Romano: Overcoming Negative Self-Talk
- Mental Health Risk Assessment Checklist
- SMART Goal Setting Checklist
- Records Disposal Checklist
There’s a lot at stake, so let’s get started with the rest of the post. ⏳