Any employee can encounter a personal, family, health or relationship crisis. Thus, employers are at risk of losing their most valuable employees during a life crisis, a top concern of the majority of HR directors. While employers may desire to help their employees, they may fall short in mere legal compliance with mandates, such as:
Providing employees time off, but offering no genuinely helpful or real solutions to employees during a life crisis.
Lacking the time or resources to help employees identify problems, evaluate competing needs, or develop action plans to support crisis survival.
Leaving achievement of healthy work-life balance unaddressed, thus, encouraging repeating current risks during future crises.
How We Help
The goal of our Coping with Crises specialized training package is to provide key life-skills training in specific, problem-related areas to equip employees to deal with events like divorce, death, unexpected or prolonged medical illness, or traumatic events. Thus, we becoe a pre-EAP resource. The Coping with Crisis training, coupled with professional referrals to resolve problems during a life crisis, while keeping them engaged with their workplace and teams helps retain employees.