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What Happens to Mental Health at Work When Our Devices Know How We Feel?

Originally in the Harvard Business Review by Michael Schrage Stressed? Depressed? Distracted? Overwhelmed? The cognitive and emotional demands on managers have rarely been more complicated or intense. One recent global research survey of employee assistance programs found that, combined, employee anxiety, stress, and depression accounted for over 80% of all emotional health cases in 2014, compared with 55% in… Read More


FREE CRISIS COUNSELING In response to Sunday night’s mass shooting in Las Vegas, the UNLV School of Medicine Department of Psychiatry is providing free Crisis Support to members of the public affected by the tragedy. If you or a loved one needs to speak to someone, the professionals at the Mojave Counseling Clinic on West… Read More


EAPA has come out with a employee assistance professional tool kit CANNABIS@WORK. Very helpful information in today’s workplace. Click the link below to download. CANNABIS@WORK is no longer just an issue for employers in a few states. As marijuana use, both medicinal and recreational, continues to become legally accepted in the U.S., and it may… Read More

Resources for Preparation for Hurricane Irma

As many of our employer’s in Florida prepare for hurricane Irma, we are here to remind you Employee Business Solutions, Inc. EAP is here as a resource for you. From preparation to recovery we are available to provide you with resources. As Florida is mobilizing for Irma threat, here are a few resources for preparation…. Read More

Moneyball for Mindfulness

Mindfulness in the workplace seems to be the “New” buzz word in the EAP world the last couple of years.  It’s becoming so important we teach employers the mental skills to help there employees understand that each employee has their own day to day stress both at home and in the workplace. Becoming mindful of… Read More

Prepare for Active Shooters

The third week of National Safety Month focuses on workplace violence and Preparing for Active Shooters. Every year, 2 million American workers report having been victims of workplace violence. The US Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) defines workplace violence as “any act or threat of physical violence, harassment, intimidation, or other threatening disruptive behavior… Read More

Can your wellness program keep pace with high tech employees?

By now you’ve probably heard that one-size-fits-all workplace wellness programs don’t work. In today’s high tech world, we’re wired to expect a personalized experience. Your employees assume their technology is learning who they are and delivering relevant content – they expect the same from their wellness program. Employees need a seamless experience that reflects who… Read More

Opioids in the workplace

May 16, 2017 Reprint From – by Harold Brubaker & Jane M. Von Bergen – Staff Writers Former Phillies pitcher Dickie Noles had a 1980 World Series ring on his finger and trouble in his heart. “I had been drinking and messing around most of my life,” he said. Opioids were not Noles’ addiction… Read More

5 Steps Businesses Can Take to Curb Opioid Abuse

  EAP’s Can Assist Employers – Opioid Abuse Opioid abuse is become more common in the workplace.  A new survey by the National Safety Council taken last month revealed that 70 percent of businesses say that prescription drug use – particularly use of opioids painkillers – has affected their business. According to the CDC, 91 people… Read More

Police Suicide — And The Solutions

Police Suicide— And The Solutions – By Andy O’Hara Reprint From       As of the end of the first quarter of 2017, 29 police officers have died of police suicide. Nationwide, an initial but significant increase in police suicide over the same period last year.  These are just the ones we know of and are… Read More