Problems are a fact of life. Fortunately, most are not so complicated that we can't solve them by ourselves. But few of us go through life without coming face to face with a problem too tough to handle alone. When personal problems start affecting work performance on the job, it's time for employee assistance. These problems may include marriage difficulties, legal or financial problems, emotional difficulties, or problems with alcohol and drug abuse. We believe that short-term counseling can help resolve these issues and make an employee productive once again. Programs offered:
When an employer secures our Employee Assistance Program services, there are two ways that employees can use our services:
Self-Referral: The employee or a family member may request help by calling the EAP counselor directly. An appointment will be arranged within 48 hours in most cases.
Supervisor's Referral: Our hope is that an employee will seek help before problems start affecting their work. However, if a supervisor starts noticing a pattern of work performance problems (such as excessive absence or lateness, drop in productivity, or conflict with others), the supervisor can recommend a visit to the EAP counselor.
Qualified staff, who are professional and respect confidentiality, are available to assess employee problems, to make referrals, and to make follow-up contact to review progress.
The EAP counselor will see an employee for a limited number of sessions. If follow-up treatment is needed, the EAP counselor will assist the employee in finding appropriate help and resources.