Every business, no matter how big or small, wants their employees to happy, healthy and productive. There is no wonder Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) are so popular but the key to EAPs is getting your employees to take advantage of what you offer. An online program the entire family uses in just 5-7 minutes a day could be just the ticket to mental and emotional wellness.
By helping to promote family at your company you could be giving your employees exactly what they need. You'll be letting them know how much you really care about their welfare. Giving employees a few minutes each day to nuture their relationships could have a 10-fold return in fewer unexpected absences, greater productivity, improved morale and greater loyalty.
- Provide a corporate wellness program that includes a mental and emotional component.
- Provide employees a tool to improve their relationships which will translate to the work place.
- Provide a corporate wellness program that is cost-effective and quantifiable.
- Complements existing wellness programs.
- May improve productivity, reduce unplanned absences, improve morale and increase loyalty.
- Shows your employees how much you care about their well being.
- Provides a marketing opportunity as a company and to prospective employees.
- Provides an employee benefit the whole family can enjoy.
- Is easy to use and requires no training to get started immediately.
- Can be quantitatively monitored for effectiveness and ROI including divided by departments or divisions.
FamilyeJournal is a fully automated, internet-based utility. Getting up and running is as easy as:
- Setup - Request a Partner Code with Sub-Groups. Sub-Groups could be divided by department, division, etc.
- Announce - Inform your employees there is a FREE program (when sponsored by your organization) for which they can register and use during office hours or on their own time.
- Initiate - Encourage registration by your employees (i.e. the Family Leader) and begin daily use.
- Evaluate - Review quantitative monthly reports that are broken-down by sub-group. Then, compare with current company data and trends.