EASE is a telephone and counselling helpline to support employee wellbeing. Provide your employees with EASE to support their mental health. EASE includes:
Give employees unrivalled access to telephone advice and information any time of the day or night, 365 days a year. Plus, up to six structured counselling sessions.
EASE provides sound mental and emotional wellbeing guidance, allowing your workforce to access the professional support they need whenever they need it.
Create a supportive working environment where everyone can thrive with wellbeing support from EASE.
These are just some of the benefits that EASE offers:
Counsellors are available 24/7 to help support your people through challenging times. Whether it be managing financial stress, grief counselling or resolving family struggles.
To support the health and wellbeing of your employees, counsellors can provide up to 6 sessions over a 12-month period, at no extra cost.
Free telephone legal advice on a range of issues, including consumer disputes, property, motoring, debt, matrimonial, welfare benefits and wills and probate.
From managing child development to providing treatments, advice on quitting smoking, reducing alcohol intake or developing healthier lifestyle habits such as diet and exercise, our team can help.
Get access to invaluable guidance and support from our employer helpline. Take advantage of two free calls per year for expert advice on HR, employment law or health and safety.
EASE can help your people keep healthy and happy at home and at work, but how can this benefit your business?
Absenteeism negatively impacts both culture and financial wellbeing, creating stress. To ensure workplace financial success, productivity and satisfaction, it's essential to reduce absenteeism so employees can thrive in their roles.
As of January 2021, over a third (36%) of employees say their productivity at work is negatively affected by their mental health and wellbeing at least once a week.
85% of employees say there's a link between company culture and their wellbeing. A healthy working environment can help both employers and employees reach their full potential in a more supportive workplace.
“One of our employees credited the counselling and support they received with helping them to return to work after a period of absence.”
Nexus Multi Academy Trust