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Employee Assistance Programme

Support your employees’ mental health & wellbeing by giving them access to an Employee Assistance Programme

Our Employee Assistance Programme

We’re revolutionising the way your employees can access support and wellbeing, making it easier than ever for you and your team to access EAP support.

Support is accessible via our Smartphone App, giving you 24/7 access to advice and support, whenever its needed from as little as £2 per employee per year.

What's included in the employee assistance programme

Access the following employees essentials…

Why does my business need an EAP?

Mental health and well-being initiatives are at the top of the agenda for many businesses, especially following the pandemic.

It’s become an increasing problem with 1 in 6 people experiencing a common mental health problem like anxiety or depression every single week in the UK. In fact, 51% of all work-related ill health cases were related to anxiety, stress or depression in 2021/22, so it’s a big problem for businesses and society.

There are many different things businesses can do to support the mental health of their employees, and one of the most popular and proven methods of support is through an employee assistance programme (EAP) that most commonly gives employees access to a 24/7 confidential advice line.

Frequently Asked Questions

Can’t find what you’re looking for?

Employee Assistance Programmes (EAP) normally include a 24/7 telephone helpline for employees struggling with personal matters that may impact their well-being, health and performance at work.

EAPs have considerable benefits including:

  • Reduced sickness absence and presenteeism
  • Higher workplace productivity
  • Improved mental health
  • Cost-effective
  • Greater staff engagement and motivation

Firstly, do all of your employees know about the employee assistance programme, what it is and how to access it? It may be that they don’t know it exists! Send a reminder email about how to access the service should they need to, or ask line managers to bring it up at their next team meeting or 1-2-1 with colleagues.

Secondly, is the EAP support that’s provided easily accessible and has the range of support your employees need? For example, our EAP is accessible via an app, so it’s always in their pocket and don’t necessarily have to speak to someone over the phone.

Lastly, be sure to reassure your employees that the EAP is a completely independent service – you have no access to what is discussed, so they can be confident to get the support they need confidentially.

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