Helping Valued Employees with Difficult Challenges
Ask business owners and managers about their greatest frustrations, and more often than not, they’ll mention personnel issues. Specifically, they struggle when problems in employees’ personal lives spill over into the workplace or impact attendance, productivity, and performance. That can include everything from marital problems, to coping with the care needed by a family member, to an inability to deal with stress, to substance abuse issues — situations most employers lack the resources and expertise to address effectively.
The professionals at Care to Change can serve as trusted partners for your company. When we partner with a company like yours, our focus is on addressing issues in ways that reflect your interest in and caring for your employees’ lives, and on improving your bottom line.
You can refer employees in need of services to us, and we’ll identify the professional best suited to help. We can also provide mental health screenings to help you determine whether employees might benefit from assistance. You can be confident that we will address your employees’ needs with discretion and a focus on the individual that will reflect well upon your referral.
We can even offer your company an arrangement through which we guarantee immediate availability for your employees when needed and/or allow you to offer reduced-price services as part of your employee benefits plan.
We are available to assist businesses in crisis situations, such as when the company or employees have been affected by a disaster or a situation such as a suicide or violent death. We can provide debriefing for your team to capture details and screen individuals who may need mental health services.
Companies try to identify individuals who have the potential to lead and manage others, but they’re often disappointed by the performance of those people when placed in supervisory roles. Our professionals can work with your leadership team and those you’ve identified as future leaders to help them gain the skills they need and overcome the beliefs or challenges that may be holding them back, using evidence-based approaches.
If you’re not seeing the performance you expect from your team, or if issues between staff members and departments are interfering with the health of your operation, our professionals can help by providing practical training and workshops on subjects such as improving communication, resolving conflicts in productive ways, and discovering more effective ways to manage stress. We can also educate your managers and employees on productivity-robbing issues such as depression and anxiety.
Challenges in employees’ personal lives may spill over into the workplace. From marital problems, to anxiety and depression, to substance abuse and more, these “personal matters” significantly impact attendance, productivity, and performance. Many companies address these issues with an Employee Assistance Program (EAP), through which outside professionals provide confidential services that can affect the workplace.
A PROACTIVE, COMPASSIONATE APPROACH
By taking a proactive approach, Care to Change works with employers to provide compassionate, practical assistance that helps employees and improves the bottom line. Our team seeks to address issues in your employees’ lives before they spiral out of control. Through education and communication, we help employees better understand mental health and how we can help and then we are available to provide confidential care.
RESPONDING TO ISSUES
Our team of professional counselors has extensive experience with providing evidence-based individual treatment for challenges such as:
- anxiety and depression
- substance abuse/addictions
- marital and family conflicts
- conflicts between employees
- grief and trauma
- stress and burnout
- responding to workplace crises
- body image
- military support
We also provide educational services to helpyou address difficult challenges and enhance understanding of mental health issues, including:
- improve your mood
- suicide prevention
- anxiety and depression
- avoiding stress and potential burnout
- communication and conflict resolution
- working with difficult people
- keys to taking care of your body for optimal mind/body connection
If you’d like to help your team better understand mental health, relationships, and parenting, it’s hard to think of a more effective and more convenient way than to call upon our team. Whether your goal is preventing conflicts, building awareness of mental health issues, or simply helping everyone communicate more effectively, our professional counselors share practical strategies and insights in a friendly, engaging way, using familiar language. We can provide workshops, lunch and learns, and other formats based upon your needs.