Employee Assistance program (EAP)
Employee assistance program (EAP) is a formal program that provides counseling and advisory services, such as personal legal and financial services, child and elder care referrals, adoption assistance, mental health counseling, and life event planning. EAP produces advantages for employers, not just costs.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a formal employer program for providing employees with counseling and/or treatment programs for problems such as alcoholism, gambling, or stress.
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