WHY WE ARE NEEDED?
It’s hard for people to add value to a company’s bottom line when they’re broken. Providing emotional support for your employees removes barriers to performance.
HERE ARE A FEW REASONS:
Emotional issues almost always manifest themselves in performance.
Even if there are no immediate issues, knowing that employees have an objective third party to talk with gives them peace of mind and lets them know their employer has their best interests at heart.
Offering care on an ongoing basis provides an opportunity to catch little issues before they become big problems that cost money and negatively impact lives.
Religious service attendance is down, yet most Americans still consider themselves to be spiritual, meaning they are now less likely to have an outlet or relationship with someone who can help them with spiritual matters, but are open to help if such a person is present and known.
EMPLOYEE CARE OF AMERICA DELIVERS ENORMOUS VALUE TO YOUR COMPANY BY:
Reducing absenteeism, tardiness, and turnover, thereby increasing productivity and reducing cost associated with recruiting, replacing, and training new employees.
Reducing “presenteeism” where employees come to work physically but leaving their hearts and minds at home.
Reducing health and disability claims.
Preventing violence on the job.
Less HR staff stress and burnout because fewer employees require their attention.
Greater appreciation for management.
Fewer employee complaints and less work responding to them.
Improving the bottom line.
By caring for employees we help you take care of your business, and ultimately we can make your company a better place.
of absenteeism is due to personal and family problems.
of employees have difficulty focusing on their jobs.
of top professionals say their #1 marketplace issue is work-life balance.
of employees would work harder for a company that is willing to help them with personal problems.
Most employees have no support for personal and family problems. Management is often ill equipped to handle these personal issues, other employees often just add to the dysfunction, and owners don’t have the time.
Let’s face it: Broken people don’t add value to your business. They need help and hope.
“ You make my job easier.”
— an Employee Care of America client