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Educating employees about the availability of EAP services can drive utilization. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Although they’re not usually marketed to employees, employee assistance programs and the counseling they provide can help increase employee health and productivity. according to an HRDive report. Highlighting a new study by Chestnut Global Partners (CGP) and the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, the report found that employee health, productivity and satisfaction all improved after EAP counseling.

Related: 5 things your EAP may be missing

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