The Employee Assistance Programme identified as a “Bright Spot” in the Caribbean

PRESS RELEASE: Wednesday, August 22, 2018- The Department of the Public Service’s Employee Assistance Programme (EAP) has been featured in the Caribbean Leadership Project (CLP) Magazine entitled, “Celebrating the Caribbean Leadership Project 2011-2018” as a Bright Spot in the Caribbean . A Bright Spot is an establishment which has been identified by the Caribbean Leadership Programme as an organization which exemplifies excellence in leadership in the creation of innovative and client- centered service.

The Employee Assistance Programme was established on the 10th March, 2016, as a work-based intervention programme, designed to enhance the professional attitude of government employees and provide assistance to those persons whose professional and personal challenges are adversely affecting their quality of life and job performance.

The Program provides six free counselling sessions to government employees and their immediate family members on: career counselling, job -related issues, emotional difficulty, abuse, alcohol or chemical dependency, health challenges, dependent care, financial issues, domestic violence, marital conflict, grief, medical stress, anxiety and depression.

Counseling sessions are facilitated by highly trained professionals, who are guided by the Code of Conduct and Standards for Counsellors/Practitioners.   The clients’ reviews of the programme so far has been nothing short of fantastic. The Employee Assistance Programme Unit can be reached at 468-2269 or 468-2234.

1 Comment

  1. Civil Servant
    August 23, 2018 at 9:05 pm Reply

    This is wonderful news and should become a more popular feature of the public service. Thank you to the hard-working staff who have made it possible and successful thus far. Continue to be a ‘bright spot’ in our service!

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