For EmployersWhile an employee assistance program (EAP) helps your employees and their families, having such a program also makes good business sense.
An EAP can help your employees and their families cope with a wide range of personal and workplace issues that might be distracting them and preventing them from performing their jobs at their best.
Pacific Employee Assistance offers easily accessible, personalized services to help people find the best ways to meet these challenges. Here are some ways an employee assistance program can directly benefit your bottom line.
- Reduced turnover
- Decreased absenteeism, tardiness and sick leave
- Reduced risk of litigation
- Increased productivity and employee satisfaction
- Increased supervisor effectiveness
- Decreased risk of workplace violence
Pacific Employee Assistance helps company managers develop written policies and procedures for the Employee Assistance Program (EAP). Phone consultation is available 24 hours a day, seven days a week.
Management may call us anytime and discuss ways to handle problem situations in the workplace. If there is a need, the company may request on-site consultation. Pacific Employee Assistance will send one of its licensed professionals to work with management.
Types of employee problems the Pacific Employee Assistance Program works with:
- Chemical dependency
- Family problems
- Mental health issues (depression, anxiety, etc.)
- Decreased production
- On-the-job injuries
- Poor morale
- Employee education
- Clinical services (prompt interview and assessment)
- Intensive manager/supervisor training and consultation
- Consistent visibility in the workplace
- Identifying troubled employees
- Coordinating company disciplinary policies with EAP services
- Assessing and documenting employee job performance
- Developing a plan of action
- Offering guidance about how to make referrals for EAP services
For more information, please call Pacific Employee Assistance at 253-697-8350 or 877-223-7428.