Employee assistance programmes
Benefits that support the health and wellbeing of employees continue to be some of the most popular offerings among our survey respondents.
Employee health and wellbeing has been at the forefront of every employer's mind over the past year. We look at how this focus has changed the provision of health-related benefits.
XpertHR's latest analysis finds that health and wellbeing remain key elements in many organisations' benefits packages.
A model policy to explain an employee assistance programme which deals with objectives, organisational commitment, aims, eligibility, agreement, accessing the service, management information, confidentiality, publicity, evaluation and relationship with other policies.
Health and wellbeing continue to feature prominently in employers' benefits packages, as our survey shows.
We explore the potential impact of workers' exposure to traumatic events and other stressful environments on their families and look at some of the measures that employers can take to support those families.
Where an employee is experiencing stress related to excessive workloads, the presence of a workplace counselling service will not automatically serve to discharge the employer's duty of care in stress claims.
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