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Employee Assistance Program (EAP)

The Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is an intervention-based model for preventing & correcting personal & professional conflicts of employees. The main purpose of this model is to enhance employee’s productivity, performance & overall workplace attitude.


  • Job Related:

•Increased absences, Lateness, Grievances, Burnout.

•Poor Job Performance & Lack of Efficiency.

  • Physical:

•Cardiac, Gastrointestinal.

•Sleep & Appetite Disruptions.

  • Emotional:

•Mood swings, Fatigue, Lack of Interest, Apathy.

•Anxiety, Depression, Addiction.

  • Family:

•Financial problems, Arguments, Frustration, Domestic Violence, Separation.

OMNI’S approach to the Employee Assistance Program is a holistic prevention focused approach that begins by acknowledging the ongoing nature of stress & trauma & creating an environment of mutual support for adaptive coping mechanisms within the company.

The model aims to help superiors & subordinates to understand stress & trauma & the cycle of stress & coping mechanisms. It examines adaptive & maladaptive coping mechanisms & empowers all employees to assertively support their team members.

Our model follows a comprehensive 5 Step Model with assured positive outcome for both the employees as well as the employer.


  • Voluntary.
  • Confidential.
  • On-site & online services.
  • Customized as per your needs-of-the-hour.
  • Continuous quality support & monitoring.

Benefits of OMNI’s EAP System

Reductions in

  • Ailments & sick leave.
  • On-the-job stress & burnout.
  • Management complaints & lawsuits.
  • Employee grievances.
  • Marital problems & divorce.
  • Employee suicide rates.
  • Alcoholism & substance abuse.

Benefits of OMNI’s EAP System

Positive Benefits include:

  • Improved overall wellness of employs.
  • Higher morale & job satisfaction.
  • Improved reaction time to critical situations.
  • Improved responses to hostile events.
  • Improved work satisfaction.

*According to the WHO the lack of treatment of depression & anxiety disorders alone would amount to a total loss of 12 billion workdays by 2030. 

*The World Health Organization estimates that India will suffer economic losses amounting to a staggering 1.03 trillion dollars from mental health conditions between 2012 and 2030.

*Nearly 43% of employees in the private sector in India suffer from mental health issues at work, a study by Assocham revealed.

*At 29%, India has the second-highest number of employees dealing with corporate burnout.

*It is cited that at least one-third of Indian workers face increased burnout at work.

*About 91% of respondent employees of surveys conducted in India said they were highly impacted in life, compared with the global average of 80%.

According to a Wall Street Journal report in 2016, millennial Indians spend far more time at work than their counterparts in 25 other countries – 52 hours a week on average.

*A survey has found that 58 per cent of companies have introduced Digital Wellness Benefits, 46% provided Telemedicine Support, 50% companies are providing Advanced Preventative Care from Covid & 80% have well-defined Employee Assistance Programs.

*Research shows 45% improvement was seen in the work-life management of employees after implementation of EAPs.

*Additionally, 86% of workforce reported of having a positive impact of their well-being after the introduction of EAPs.

*Increased uptake of EAP services across industries in India over the past two decades clearly indicates the growing recognition of the value of such services.