An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an intervention program designed to increase the mental health and well-being of your staff while creating a happier and more productive workplace.
The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) program provides confidential and effective solution focused counselling to employees and their families.
The implementation of an EAP program reduces long term business costs by reducing employee turnover, stress-related absenteeism, poor motivation and recruiting and re-training costs.
EAP Employee Benefits.
- Increased health & well being.
- More effective management skills.
- Feel valued & appreciated.
- Improved moral & motivation.
EAP Employer Benefits.
- Decreased sick days.
- Increased team performance.
- Decrease in staff turnover.
- Loyal, happy & dedicated employees.
Since 2005, New View Psychology (NVP) has delivered Employee Assistance Programs, working with a wide range of large and smaller organisations. NVP engages qualified and experienced EAP psychologists with a minimum 6 years training to ensure a high level of service delivery, clinical expertise and professionalism (we do not use counsellors). With over 150 Psychologists in 100 locations Australia-wide we are well positioned to deliver Employee Assistance Program EAP to any organisation.
Employee Assistance Program EAP Process.
Through our Employee Assistance Program, we provide short term supportive confidential counselling to all employees and their immediate family usually for an agreed number of sessions. As an independent, third-party EAP program provider, all information remains strictly confidential.
EAP Monitoring, Reporting and Evaluation
Organisations can request EAP evaluation reports. These reports monitor the uptake of the Employee Assistance Program service, identify areas of demand and highlight improvements to the EAP service.
Employee Assistance Program Reporting maintains the confidentiality of all employees and EAP reports can be customised to suit organisational needs.
We can work with Human Resources personnel and/or key management team to help promote the Employee Assistance Program service, assisting in improving the organisation’s overall psychological health.