Back to Basics: The Role of EAP in Disaster Management

While general EAP services are designed to address personal employee challenges on a day-to-day basis, the acute needs of employees and organisations after a critical incident such as natural disaster, violence, accidents, or an employee death, are better addressed by...

Four Top Tips for Increasing EAP Usage

With their focus on early intervention and enabling employees to resolve day-to-day issues that can affect their productivity and performance at work, EAPs have become a vital part of an organisation’s toolkit to support and nurture the physical and mental health of...

Employee Burnout: What Can Managers Do?

Burnout has three components: exhaustion (lost energy), cynicism (lost enthusiasm), and inefficacy (lost self-confidence and capacity to perform). Burnout has a strong correlation with how employees are managed and it can adversely affect both employee health and...

The Best Ways to Support Employees through a Disaster

Disasters, natural or otherwise, or any unforeseen large-scale disruptive event can create a host of problems for organisations, where the knock-on effects ranging from structural damage, to lost productivity and employee assistance, must be handled simultaneously....