Can our employee's family members use sessions?

Extending employee assistance benefits to the family members of employees is a way for employers to show their commitment to the overall well-being of their employees and their families, which can lead to improved job satisfaction, reduced absenteeism and presenteeism, enhanced recruitment and retention, and cost savings.

Improved well-being of employees: An employee's well-being can be impacted by their family's well-being. If a family member is facing a personal issue, such as a mental health problem, substance abuse, or financial difficulties, the employee may experience stress, anxiety, or other negative emotions that can affect their job performance. By extending assistance benefits to family members, the employer can help improve the overall well-being of their employees.

Increased job satisfaction and loyalty: When an employer offers assistance benefits to employees' family members, it can be seen as a sign of care and concern for the employee's overall welfare. This can increase job satisfaction and loyalty as employees feel more supported and valued by their employers.

Reduced absenteeism and presenteeism: Family issues can cause employees to miss work or be less productive while at work. By providing assistance benefits to family members, the employer can help employees address these issues and potentially reduce absenteeism and presenteeism.

Enhanced recruitment and retention: Providing assistance benefits to family members can be a valuable differentiator for employers when recruiting and retaining employees. It can be a factor that distinguishes the employer from competitors and helps attract and retain top talent.

Cost savings: Addressing personal issues through employee assistance benefits can help prevent more severe problems and reduce the cost of healthcare claims, absenteeism, and lost productivity. By extending these benefits to family members, employers can help prevent future problems and potentially save on these costs.