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EAPs correlate to positive workplace outcomes
By Dave Sharar and Gregory P. DeLapp
From Employee Benefit Adviser on Tuesday, December 20, 2016
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For the past several years, the steady drumbeat of corporate wellness stories has sounded a uniform theme: corporate wellness/employee assistance programs do not yield a quantifiable return on investment. Yet, employer spending on wellness and EAPs continues to increase: $693 was spent per employee on wellness-based incentives in 2015, up from $594 in 2014, according to Fidelity and the National Business Group on Health.