Latest Employee Assistance Program Stories
Sixty-five percent of employees say workplace has negatively impacted health goals CHICAGO, Feb.
The Integration of China's EAP Industry has been kicked off. SHANGHAI, Feb.
As employee wages and overhead costs rise, EAP suppliers have increased prices to maintain their profit margins over the past three years.
New research shows that nearly half of working professionals think their employer isn't investing enough in their health and wellness SAN FRANCISCO, Nov.
-- Depression is the leading cause of lost productivity in the U.S. CANTON, Ohio, Nov.
-- Depression causes an average of 10 lost working days per episode CANTON, Ohio, Nov. 12, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Nearly a quarter (23 percent) of U.S.
KANSAS CITY, Mo., Oct.
World's largest employee assistance program provider continues explosive growth by adding thousands of domestic and global customers CHICAGO, Sept.
Global provider of employee assistance programs expands resources and reach to address rising demand for counseling, crisis intervention and wellness services across Mexico BLOOMINGTON,
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