ESI offers the most comprehensive employee assistance program anywhere – our Peak Performance Benefits are redefining the EAP. We start with all the traditional EAP counseling services designed to address significant life problems and we add Work/Life benefits to address the everyday problems involved in juggling work and family. But that’s not all. We go one step further to deliver benefits designed to enhance quality of life not just for your employees and their family members, but for managers and supervisors, too. And we help all employees to achieve their Peak Performance best through training, coaching and wellness.
Check the topics below to learn more.
- Career & Education
- Tools for Tough Times
- Parenting Resource Center
- Cyber Safety Resources
- HR and Supervisors' Resources
- Challenges of Military Deployment
This resource is intended to help parents and their children access some of the best online resources for post-secondary and higher learning. It includes tools, tips and resources for:
- Career Exploration and Planning
- Finding the Right College
- The Cost of College: Financial Aid and Scholarships
- Vocational, Military and Other Career Resources
If you’re experiencing sticker shock at the grocery store, stressing out over climbing debt or just trying to do more with less, we have some new tools and resources designed to provide some relief. “Tools for Tough Times” informational benefit is designed to help you cope with today’s tough financial pressures – whether it be finding a rideshare program in your area, learning how to avoid foreclosure on your home, finding a local heating assistance program, or tapping into ideas for saving money at the grocery store and cooking meals for less.
- Mortgages and Home Ownership
- Debt and Money Problems
- Financial Tools
- Heating and Home Energy
- Gas and Driving
- Frugal Living
Parenting is the business of raising your children from infancy to adulthood. It entails providing a warm and nurturing framework for promoting and supporting your child’s physical, emotional, social, and intellectual health, well-being and development. In our Parenting Resource Center, we’ve developed a list of links and resources on a dozen parenting topics:
- Prenatal and Birth
- Parenting and Early Childhood Development
- Kids Health and Safety
- Kids Nutrition and Diet
- Work-Life Parenting Issues
- Just for Dads
- Childcare and Schooling
- Teen Years
- Problems and Special Needs
- Financial Resources
The web offers a wealth of resources and entertainment for the whole family – but it’s not without its risks! We’ve compiled resources on Password Security, ID Theft, Phishing, Keeping Kids Safe, and much more – all designed to help keep you and your family safe while you surf!
- Keeping Kids Safe
- Password Security
- Email, Spam and Phishing
- Scams, Hoaxes and Fraud
- Shopping and e-Commerce
- General Online Safety Resources
- If Problems Do Occur…
HR managers and supervisors have an online resource to access forms, policies, articles and other tools designed to help you develop people management “best practices.” You’ll also find articles and Web resources to help you solve the everyday problems that you encounter in managing people. Just a few of the tools include:
- FMLA Resource Center
- Workplace Violence
- Drug Free Workplace
- Compliance Training
- Mediation Training
- Employment Practices
- Workers Compensation
- Click here to download the brochure
Serving our nation in a military capacity is one of the most patriotic things a person can do – but it is not without its challenges for the service member and his or her family: Pre-deployment planning, family separation issues, money management, spouse employment, stress, parenting and child care, relocation, reunion and reacclimation and, all too often, grief. Returning service members face the challenge of reintegration in the family, the workplace, the community. Some will face the special challenges of coping with physical or psychological wounds, such as PTSD.
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Our utilization is up over our previous EAP – largely due to the excellent educational programs offered through ESI. Our employees are extremely pleased by the wide range of services offered and feedback continues to be positive. All matters are handled in a capable and confidential manner. I consider ESI to be a true leader in Employee Assistance Programs.”
“Our employees at Mestek have been so pleased with the offerings ESI provides. From administrative referrals to their online trainings, we find our level of participation with all the services available is above average, and especially when employees face serious life issues.
I have and will continue to recommend ESI as a premier provider of programs for all employee populations.”
“We have worked with ESI for over 10 years and developed a great working relationship. Our employees appreciate the many resources available to them to navigate personal issues. Supervisors utilize the professional training courses offered.
We have found the administrative referral process very valuable for both employees and supervisors. When working through an administrative referral ESI staff is responsive, supportive, knowledgeable and keeps the HR staff informed throughout the process.”
“I have been in Human Resources management for over thirty (30) years. I am so pleased to have partnered with ESI HealthCare EAP to be able to offer the most professional and comprehensive employee assistance program to our staff. This company and the service they consistently provide are unmatched in the industry. ESI is the best – there simply is no comparison.”
“ESI has been the Employee Assistance provider for Signet, LLC/UpNine, LLC for the past 10 years. Our employees have come to trust and rely on ESI to deliver quality care and resources in a confidential and professional manner. Each year we have seen our utilization rate continue to climb, to a rate of almost 43% last year. Like all companies, some of our employees will face difficult problems or circumstances in the coming year and not know where to turn. We recommend ESI to our team members without hesitation, knowing they can find assistance 24/7/365, whatever the issue.”
“I am proud to consider ESI Employee Assistance Group an extension of my Human Resources department. With the diverse nature of employees within a municipal environment, ESI demonstrates a deep understanding of the work that we perform as well as a genuine care for our employees’ needs both personally and professionally. The suite of services that ESI provides is second to none, and available to employees in the format that they are most comfortable with – online, over the phone, or face to face. I regularly advise our employees that whenever they come across an issue – large or small – that they need to address and don’t know where to start, they can’t go wrong with their first step being a phone call or online visit to ESI.”
“Here at MassTech, we recently switched our Employee Assistance Program over to ESI Employee Assistance Group, and we could not be more pleased. One of the things we value most about ESI is how proactive they are with our employees. Employees appreciate getting emails updating them on all that ESI has to offer.
Thank you for always being there when we have questions or need support. We look very forward to continuing our relationship with ESI!”