As a feature of the Transcend Employee Assistance Program (EAP), we want you to have the resources you need to ensure your employees are healthy. Below are several resources for you to review.
Traumatic Events: Accidents, Death or Suicide
Following a traumatic event such as a workplace accident, death or suicide; your organization will need to make assessments and decisions regarding appropriate communications, interventions and support.
Transcend EAP can provide:
- Onsite meetings with those affected by the traumatic event that occurred. To provide comfort, guidance and strength.
- Expert materials and communications addressing trauma, grief, sorrow and aftermath coping strategies.
- Follow-up with individuals who are impacted by the event, employees and management.
Organizations that invest in creating a resilient workforce and culture will have a better outcome in how they bounce back from critical incidents. EAP’s are able to help organizations build resilience through training and partnership.
If your organization is in need of crisis response, contact Transcend EAP at (920) 320-4650.
5 Reasons Why Workplace Anxiety Is Costing Your Business a Fortune
A study conducted by the National Institute of Mental Health reported that more than 40 million Americans are dealing with some form of an anxiety disorder. With more than 18 percent of the U.S. population having been diagnosed with anxiety, a large majority have cited their workplace as a major contributor.
How to Prepare Your Workforce for Violent Incidents
Lately, there is a lot of discussion happening with all the media coverage of the school shootings. This discussion usually starts with, “Thank goodness we have never had to deal with a mass casualty event where I work.” Below is an article written by Lisa Rabasca Roepe on Feb. 15, 2018 for the Society for Human Resource Management which addresses how to begin the discussion of handling large crisis events when they happen.
Study on Mental Health in the Workplace
Rochelle Morandini, from Morneau Shepell, explains to Global News how a recent poll suggests a quarter of employees indicate that they have been sick in the last six months because of workplace-related stress. Watch the video below.