Employee Assistance Program
Budgets, schedules, productivity standards, deadlines, meetings, reports, and of course managing your employees can all add to a manager’s stress. Because we understand how difficult it is to be a manager in today’s economy the Employee Assistance Program provides double the benefit to managers/supervisors.
As an employee, you have access to the EAP for personal counseling for issues related to work, home, or self. As a supervisor/manager, you can also access the EAP for consultation on management issues, management skill building and Formal Supervisory Referrals of employees.
Most supervisors report that the most stressful part of their job is dealing with employees. Improving your skills in delegating, leadership, teamwork, conducting performance appraisals and limit setting can help increase your effectiveness as a manager and lower your stress. A Formal Supervisor Referral allows you to refer an employee with productivity issues to the EAP for assessment and treatment recommendations. Part of your job, as a manager is to recognize troubled employees, take advantage of our professional staff to help the employee remedy the problem. This can be a valuable tool to salvage a struggling employee, increase productivity and lower your stress.
Please take this opportunity to review the information on this site and/or call us if you have any questions or need any further information.
- Reduce absenteeism and tardiness
- Fewer accidents and injuries
- Lower employee turnover
- Reduce health insurance utilization
- Improve employee productivity and morale
- Enhance supervisor productivity
A full service EAP program which emphasizes assessment, counseling/referral, employee education, management development, consultation critical incident stress debriefings (CISD), Fitness for Duty assessments, and substance abuse assessments. Our goal is to a resource a tool to assist individuals and employers with troubled employee issues.
The key components of the St. Elizabeth Employee Assistance Program
- Counseling and Referral
- Employee Education
- Management Training and Development
- Departmental Interventions
- Fitness for Duty Assessments
- Return to Duty coordination
- DOT-Substance Abuse assessments
- Drug Free Workplace compliance
- Critical Incident Stress Debriefings