Employee Assistance Programme

The Life & Progress – Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)

Life & Progress has earned a reputation for providing only the very best of EAP and psychological health services.  Our EAP proposition is for providing a proactive service rather than a reactive service.  Traditional EAPs have tended to focus on problems and negative issues, reacting to events whereas the Life & Progress-EAP is an interventional management tool with a focus on prevention, education and improvement.

Added Value

The Life & Progress-EAP has an intrinsic value for tackling stress in the workplace, decreasing employee absence and increasing retention as well as to assist you to meet your duty of care obligations. We add further value by ensuring that all our EAP services are fully account managed, integrated and are adopted by line-managers, team leaders and supervisors are a proactive and indeed effective management tool.

EAPs have time and time again demonstrated the benefit of prevention over cure, thereby saving Employers’ time and money that can be lost through absence, mistakes and lack of productivity.

 

What are the Benefits

Benefits for the Employer

  • Four comprehensive EAP options to choose from ...
  • A demonstration of your Employer’s Duty of Care
  • Minimised risk of employee litigation
  • Reduces the risk of stress related sickness absence
  • Management tool for identifying risk
  • Management information to target risk
  • Management tool for employee intervention
  • Being proactive rather than reactive
  • Plus many more benefits - see table

 

Benefits for the Employee

  • 24/7 access to confidential advice and support
  • Access to fully qualified Counsellors
  • Freephone access, no cost to the employee
  • Covers employee and immediate family members
  • Helps to improve morale and personal development
  • Engages with employees at all levels
  • Reassurance and peace of mind, help to tackle any issue
  • Services available in many different languages
  • Plus many more benefits - see table

 

EAP Clinical Criterion (the EAP Counsellors)

  • Access to one of the UKs largest Counselling networks
  • All Counsellors are accredited members of one of following Professional bodies: BACP, BPS and/or COSCA
  • All Counsellors are of a Masters degree, Post Graduate Diploma level and/or recognised equivalent qualification
  • All Counsellors have a minimum of 3 years post-qualification counselling experience
  • All Counsellors receive at least 500 hours supervised counselling practice
  • Stringent and rigorous recruitment process of Counsellors
  • Stringent and rigorous reference checking and monitoring process
  • Follow BACP Ethical Framework for Good Practice
  • All Counsellors are bound by Professional Codes of Ethics
  • Quality standards assured - further details upon request

 

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