Yes, CHG partners with employers to deliver employee assistance programs (EAP) to their workers.
Under an arrangement between an employer and CHG, an EAP provides workers with an employer-funded, accessible and confidential support service.
Through an EAP, workplaces can offer access to professional counselling and support services to any workers who need them. The ease of access to an EAP may encourage people to seek out support early, helping them to overcome concerns or issues before they worsen, minimising impact on the person’s health, work performance and productivity.
Confidentiality of counselling services provided through the EAP is absolutely paramount and a founding element of the CHG approach to employee assistance. While CHG can provide you with reports on activities and trends related to the delivery of the EAP, these will be de-identified and statistical in nature and generally delivered on an annual or six-monthly basis, once the EAP is established and operational.
The design and delivery of your EAP will be tailored to meet the specific requirements of your workplace. Two supplemental programs, manager assist and colleague assist, are also available.
An employer must have organised an arrangement with CHG before their workers can access the EAP.
To arrange an EAP for your workplace, contact CHG.