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Personal problems can affect professional performance – in fact, three in five people working in education say their work performance has suffered as a result of mental health problems, such as anxiety, stress, or depression. Your staff work most effectively when they feel positive about their personal lives and are motivated at work to achieve the ambitions and goals of your organisation.
Providing colleagues with the kinds of right help when they are having a hard time at work or at home can avoid problems escalating, help to maintain productivity, reduce staff absence, and save management time.
We also offer the option of six sessions of one-to-one counselling for any member of your staff needing extra support in a time of crisis.
Our Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) offers 24/7 support every day of the year from specialist call handlers and counsellors who understand the demands of working in education. With the right help, people can get back on form in the job they love and give their very best. The service includes:
Our confidential service avoids the wait for NHS help and offers legal and financial advice for those who need it, ranging from landlord and tenant problems to family law, debt advice and retirement. Whatever the issue, our expert advisers can help you solve it.
Plus our online Advice Centre Plus, tailored towards organisations, is another exclusive benefit of our EAP. It includes a library of factsheets and resources, as well as access to online Cognitive Behavioural Therapy which can all help your staff to improve their wellbeing.
Should a member of your staff require extra support in a time of personal crisis, our EAP service provides the option of six sessions of one-to-one counselling at a time and place of their convenience.
How can an Employee Assistance Programme benefit your organisation?
If you would like to find out how our Employee Assistance Programmes can help support you to be your best, please: