Confidential, compassionate support for you and your people
COVID-19 has changed so many things about work. Furlough, redundancies, and a general weariness brought about by lockdowns and restrictions has made life tough. Stress, anxiety and other mental health issues are on the rise—and this means higher sickness absence, low morale and a slump in productivity.
You need a way to ensure your employees receive the support they deserve. Well-supported employees work harder, work smarter, and repay that support in loyalty and reputation.
An EAP from Health Assured—the UK and Ireland’s largest award-winning wellbeing services provider—gives you the support you need, with:
- A 24/7, 365 helpline, with calls answered by experienced in-house counsellors, legal and financial specialists
- Email & live chat: someone to talk to any time of day
- Structured counselling sessions via phone, online or face-to-face BrightTV—powered by Health Assured: an exclusive online series featuring real stories of mental health from well-known personalities
- Online health portal & My Healthy Advantage smartphone app: use it on the go, wherever you go
People need reassurance, stability and support
With the unpredictability of 2020—and beyond—it’s more important than ever to provide an EAP for your people. Health Assured can help you:
- Attract and retain the best talent
- Reduce mental health-related sickness and absence by as much as 45%
- Avoid serious mental health issues by identifying potential problems and providing support
- Reduce sickness-related costs by as much as 30%
Call our wellbeing experts today, or request a demo of our EAP services.
What the employee assistance programme offers
The Health Assured employee assistance programme is the UK and Ireland’s largest award-winning EAP, giving caring and compassionate support to more than 13 million people.
A comprehensive library to help your staff get through life’s challenges.
Your people can share a problem with someone who listens with care before getting structured, actionable advice.
Employees can work through their problems with a therapist accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP).
Staff can speak with a local, qualified professional in a private and confidential setting.