Employers are coming to term with the fact that elements of their employees’ private lives often spill over into the office. And, more employees look to their employers for holistic solutions to address their lives as they happen and enhance their total well-being.
How does an employer address the day-to-day concerns of employees who don’t openly express issues? What about the employees whose performance has deteriorated so much due to problems at home that they risk being fired? Employers can give their employees access to services that work together to enhance their human experience by using a proactive, cognitive well-being approach. One such resource for this is the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Today's EAPs are more robust than ever and can be tailored to meet the specific needs of your workforce. But it can be challenging to determine which EAP is the best fit for your employees, uses a proactive approach to improve the human experience, and can integrate technology to best deliver services to employees when they need them most.