Important Things to Know about the EAP
The EAP is non-disciplinary.
A referral to the EAP by the supervisor based on job performance problems is not a . . . .
EAPs cannot interfere with administrative or supervisory practices.
The EAP cannot advise your supervisor on disciplinary matters . . . .
There are no fees for EAP services.
The services of the EAP are paid for by your employer. If you require a referral . . .
The EAP is not a psychotherapy service or a treatment program.
EAPs specialize identifying problems, assessment . . .
The EAP is voluntary.
Employees cannot be "forced to go to the EAP." However, policies or regulations governing certain workplace infractions . . . .
Seeking help from the EAP
cannot adversely affect you. You cannot have your job security or promotional opportunities jeopardized . . .