Employee Assistance Programme (EAP)
Give your employees access to confidential counselling and expert advice.
Support mental health and wellbeing both in and out of the workplace.
An affordable way to improve morale, reduce absence, and boost productivity.
What does our quality EAP service look like?
What to expect from Moorepay’s Employee Assistance Programme.
Accredited by the British Association for Counselling and Psychotherapy (BACP), your employees will have access to counsellors who always work within the framework of the BACP code of ethics.
Employees have access to a confidential helpline where qualified experts will provide support and advice, 24/7/365.
It’s not just counselling that’s available through our EAP service, employees and family members can also access advice on legal and financial matters, health and wellbeing, coaching, fitness advice, emotional support, and childcare.
The services your employees can access as part of our EAP are 100% confidential and totally anonymous. All advice offered by trained, qualified experts is impartial to give your employees an unbiased service.
Our cloud-based, online portal is packed with helpful advice and guidance that your employees can access any time, on any device. Available resources include self-help guides, management support, videos and guides.
You’ll get access to monthly usage reports to track employee usage. To protect the personal information of employees you’ll just be able to see how many times employees have accessed services.
Good for your people and good for your business
Offering EAP is a simple way to show you support and care for your employees, and boost workplace morale.
Give your employees access to tools and advice that will help them better manage personal and work-related challenges. Reducing sick days and turnover by giving staff the support they deserve.
Help your employees proactively deal with any issues they face, so they can feel motivated and happy at work.
Why it’s important to consider offering an EAP
Affected by mental health at workOver one in seven people in the UK experience mental health problems in the workplace.
Working days lostA staggering 70 million work days are lost each year due to mental health problems in the UK.
The cost of mental healthWork days lost due to poor mental health costs employers approximately £2.4 billion per year.
How does an EAP actually work?
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Find out if an Employee Assistance Programme is right for you, and have a quick chat with one of our advisors to learn about pricing.
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