EAP services directed at employees and their family members
In rapidly changing business and social environments, the pulse of corporate management functions and activities leads to changes of varying degrees at workplaces regardless of their scope. Organizational environments often have a significant impact on employee turnover, morale and organizational performance. Research findings indicate that productivity is a kind of social behavior that is closely related to the mutual attitudes among employees and attitudes toward the company.
In view of the fact that productivity can be defined as a social behavior, HR departments have a basic responsibility for employee productivity.
A rising number of HR departments wish to provide services to employees and their family members through the Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) to achieve the following service goals:
- Reduction of employee absence hours
- Decrease of working hours with low productivity
- Increase of employee work commitment
- Reduction of employee fear at work
- Increase in employee life satisfaction