A little friendly advice.
Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
The EAP gives you access to trained counselors (5 free counseling sessions per topic per year for you and any family members living in your home) research specialists, financial and legal services, and a variety of online tools and resources for all of life’s happenings.
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From prenuptials to divorce negotiations and mortgage closings to small claims court. Should you need it, you can access a large network of attorneys who can meet with you on a wide range of legal matters at a subsidized rate. To participate, be sure to enroll during Open Enrollment, when making elections as a new employee, or upon a qualified life event. Access legal resources through the EAP as well.
The help you need comes in all shapes and sizes—which is why the Personal Assistant program (through the Employee Assistance Program—EAP) gives you access to the Personal Assistant specialty offering and a variety of online tools and resources. That way, whatever plans you’re making, services you need, or life/work issues you’re facing you can get support.
Are you relocating? Consider putting your Care.com resource to work for you. From child care needs to home cleaning to understanding your new community. Access resources through the EAP as well.