Looking to feel motivated at work again? An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) might be just what you’re looking for to boost your workplace happiness and productivity. Hundreds of businesses around Australia use EAPs to foster a positive and friendly work environment while preventing losses around low productivity, conflicts, high turnover rates and high rates of absenteeism.
What is an EAP?
EAP is a counselling service provided by OnBundock. It is delivered to employees and offered by employers with the goal of supporting the wellbeing of their work and personal lives. By offering accessible counselling services to staff, businesses can increase their productivity and competiveness as an employer. Counselling can offer a greater sense of direction and ability to work through personal or work-related conflict.
An EAP can work as a preventative tool as well as guide clients through current or ongoing concerns.
Benefits of EAP
Who is it for?
What kinds of services are offered?
The services are delivered by our qualified registered psychologists or accredited social workers that support all members of the community. We offer on or off-site psychological support. Services include:
Some employers also make the EAP open to immediate family members of staff as well.
How much does it cost?
EAPs are in place at no cost to the organisation’s employee or student.
Are you an employee or student making your first appointment?
You are welcome to phone our friendly reception team and they can assist with your choice of practitioner and suitable dates.
Upon your first appointment we ask you to complete some personal details, a Consent Form and an employer data sheet.
Please bring some evidence of your employment (e.g. payslip). For the first consultation we will call you a few days prior to confirm and thereafter you will receive an SMS message.
Will my employer find out about what is said in session?
Some employees are worried that their bosses may find out about what is said during a session. However, this is not true. Employees can rest assured that when they seek support from OnBundock, details of the session are not shared with the employer. It is done in a confidential and secure manner. All walls and doors have been modified to ensure that there are no ‘sound leaks’ to provide confidentiality between rooms within the premises. Music is also played in our reception area as a second precaution to ensure ‘cross-room’ confidentiality
As with every client, psychologists have a duty of care to maintain. If they believe the client is at risk of harming themselves or someone else, they may need to report it in order to protect the client.
Give the friendly team at OnBundock a call on 07 4724 0861 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to query any concerns or book an appointment.