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Why Your Company Should Provide an EAP

All employees experience problems in their lives. It is a fact of nature. Even getting a promotion, having a baby, getting married and adult children leaving home can cause unexpected stress. Personal problems are not always left at home.

Employees often shoulder invisible burdens that threaten both their well-being and the organization they represent. Employees who are not working at their top effectiveness are affecting your company's bottom line.

The Hidden Costs of Mental Health issues in the Workplace

According to the Forbes article, “The Cost Of Ignoring Mental Health In The Workplace,” mental health and substance abuse cost US businesses between $80 and $100 billion annually. Another study showed that serious mental illness costs America up to $193.2 billion in lost earnings per year.

Depression is thought to count for up to 400 million lost work days annually.

Providing an EAP for your employees can help your company mitigate the costs to your organization and contribute to a caring atmosphere for your employees.

How Your Company Benefits from an EAP

How Your Company Benefits from an EAP Service helps managers and supervisors effectively address employee productivity and job performance issues. An EAP Service positively impacts the company's bottom line by helping to reduce:

  • Work Place Violence
  • Use of Medical and Behavioral Health Benefits
  • On the Job Accidents
  • Workers Compensation and Disability Claims
  • Disciplinary Action
  • Exposure to Litigation
  • Turnover and Retraining Costs

In addition, an EAP:

  • Provides for both Mandatory and Non-Mandatory Training
  • Assists Human Resources in dealing with Employee Problems
  • Improves Employee Morale
  • Helps manage unexpected events and crises
  • Provides management consultations
Contact One Source EAP to discuss how we can help your organization.

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  • “We would highly recommend working with the EAP to improve dynamics on your team, provide support to leaders and team members that may be struggling.”

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