Your EAP is Facing New Challenges....
Many EAPs were formulated in the 1990s. Today's workforce has three factors that no 1990s EAP was ever intended to help you manage:
• Millennials: The Millennial generation - those born between 1980 and 2000 - now make up a significant proportion of the workforce. By 2020, they will account for 46% of all working adults. Millennials have different motivations and very different expectations compared to their co-workers from other generations.
• Virtual Workforce: Technology has enabled more workers to telecommute and otherwise reduce in-office time, creating new issues for employers. It can be difficult to spot employee health and well-being concerns before they become a work-related issue.
• Collaborative Culture: Compared to twenty years ago, your workforce looks, sounds, and thinks very differently today. Companies need to foster a welcoming, collaborative workplace or risk facing significant legal, productivity and turnover challenges.
Be Ready for Workforce 2020
Workforce 2020 is dramatically differently than the workforce your EAP program developers probably had in mind. View this quick video on what your EAP should include to work for today's employees:
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