Financial wellbeing firm Neyber suggests better use of employee assistance programmes (EAPs) would benefit both workers and companies
A simple but effective change to personnel processing would go a long way to improving quality of life for employees and therefore helping a business, financial wellbeing company Neyber has rallied. The firm has suggested that employers ask their EAP providers to track employee financial notifications of stress, a change that can easily be made within EAP systems themselves. "Currently, we understand EAPs track when an employee is depressed or anxious, but the employers can't tell if it's for...
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