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Do You Need An EAP?

Keep your organization mentally healthy.

What is an EAP?

An EAP is a short-term counselling service employers can offer their staff to help them work through personal crisis, typically for the purpose of helping them return to work sooner and healthier. EAPs are voluntary and confidential, and often extend to cover dependants as well. Typically, they are intended to be a short-term service that requires only a few sessions. The provider you choose will offer different levels of coverage, depending on how many therapy sessions you wish to offer employees, what types of therapy you wish to cover, and whether dependants are included.

Mental Health Solutions

Personal conflict can arise at any time in your employee’s lives, and can easily cause distraction, reduced work performance, and impact their well-being. Mental heath issues can easily arise from marital and family issues, interpersonal relations, personal and emotional problems, stress and burn-out, work-related stress, substance use, traumatic incidents, conflict, grief, or any other critical life event. When someone is working through these issues, their mental health can rapidly deteriorate. Having access to a therapist can prevent mental health deterioration before it has a chance to spiral out of control. 

Increased Productivity

Everyone has bad days where our brains feel fuzzy and we have difficulty focusing on our work. Unfortunately, depression and other mental illness is more than just a bad day – and is the leading reason for disability claims. When you’re going through an ongoing conflict in your personal life, it can be impossible to see a light at the end of the tunnel. For this reason, workplaces that promote mental health and support people with mental illness are much more likely to reduce absenteeism, increase productivity, and benefit from the  associated economic gains.

Competitive Benefits

How much weight do employees really place on their benefits plan? Is a better plan enough to make them leave a company? Well according to the AICPA, 80% of employees would choose better benefits over a raise. Unfortunately most companies don’t advertise their benefits to their competitors, so it can be a guessing game when it comes to choosing competitive benefits. Fortunately, CloudAdvisors has data from over 10,000 Canadian benefit plans, categorized by company size, regions, and industry – so you can make informed decision and stop guessing!

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