Employee assistance programmes (EAPs) are a popular intervention, but it's hard to collect systematic data on their use and value. This tool, developed by the Institute of Employment Studies, can help calculate the return on investment in an EAP.
Employee Assistance Professionals Association
UK Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) represents the interests of professionals concerned with employee assistance, psychological health and wellbeing in the UK. Their mission is to promote the highest standards of practice and the continuing development of employee assistance programmes (EAPs) and services in the UK.
As such, they:
- support and promote the EAP industry in the UK;
- promote the development of the employee assistance profession;
- develop, maintain and apply standards of practice, guidelines and a code of ethics to members.
Resources from this organisation:
Employee assistance programmes (EAPs) can be a valuable part of how an organisation supports its employees. This overview, for those delivering EAPs or considering commissioning one, explains what to expect and what's important.
This report, published by The Work Foundation in association with the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, explains how Employee Assistance Programmes (EAPs) can be used by employers to seek help on both work and non-work related issues.