Archive for Employee Assistance Program’ Category

Are you addressing your employee’s financial health? | Houston Benefit Advisors
Oct

6

2017

Are you addressing your employee’s financial health? | Houston Benefit Advisors

The importance of health and wellness in the workplace is more apparent than ever. It’s obvious why healthy individuals make better employees and the positive impact this has on your bottom line. When thinking about building a program to improve the well-being of your employees, don’t forget about the importance of their financial health. In recent years, studies show that employees have a wide range…

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Understanding EAP Confidentiality | Houston Benefit Advisors
Sep

9

2017

Understanding EAP Confidentiality | Houston Benefit Advisors

When it comes to Employee Assistance Programs, confidentiality is a concern for both employers and employees. As an employer, it is helpful to understand the terms and processes your EAP uses to keep information confidential and ensure that your employees and your workplace are safe. The Health Insurance Portability and Accountability Act (HIPAA) rules apply to EAPs and their affiliate providers. All information that is…

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When Grief Comes to Work | Houston Benefit Advisors
Aug

10

2017

When Grief Comes to Work | Houston Benefit Advisors

Death and loss touch all of us, usually many times throughout our lives. Yet we may feel unprepared and uncomfortable when grief intrudes into our daily routines. As a manager, when grief impacts your employees it’s helpful to have a basic understanding of what they are going through as well as ways you can help. Experiencing Grief Although we all experience grief in our own…

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Getting the Most Out of an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) | Houston Benefit Advisors
Apr

13

2017

Getting the Most Out of an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) | Houston Benefit Advisors

Many employers understand the value of having an Employee Assistance Program (EAP) since the heart and soul of organizations are employees. Employees who are physically and mentally healthy, highly productive, engaged in their work, and loyal to their employer contribute positively to their employer’s bottom line. Fortunately, most employees are positive contributors, yet even the best of employees can occasionally have issues or circumstances arise…

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