Legal & General survey finds employees believe group protections such as EAP largely irrelevant to wellbeing
UK employees are struggling to see the relevance of employee assistance programmes (EAP) to their health, wealth and happiness, new research shows. A survey of over 1,000 employees with access to either one or a combination of group income protection, critical illness cover or an EAP commissioned by L&G found just 16% of respondents considered EAPs as ‘very relevant' to their wellbeing. Overall, around half of employees viewed EAP as ‘fairly relevant', with around one-third (34%) dismissing...
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