April 17, 2019 | HR and Leaders
Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) have been around for many years now, with the aim of supporting employees and reducing WHS risk associated with mental health. However, despite developments in research and technology on mental health interventions, most EAP offerings have remained largely unchanged for both the employee and employer.
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