It is a real honor for me to be the President of EAEF, following the footsteps of some inspiring leaders in our field and be a part of an organization that not only is a great professional platform but also allows friendships to be created within the industry.
The Employee Assistance European Forum –EAEF – is aimed to be the voice of Employee Assistance and wellbeing throughout Europe.
We are a non-profit organisation that has been working since 2002 to position Employee Assistance and wellbeing services as a core service in the workplace, enabling members to develop sustainable and profitable activities.
Convinced that EAP “is so much more”, EAEF strongly believes that health and wellbeing in the workplace are essential to ensure corporate success of any organisation and should be considered as a strategic topic.
We are a vibrant community that includes individuals and organisations from over 30 countries across the whole world.
Members enjoy networking, sharing expertise, knowledge and best practices to develop and maintain high standards of professionalism and contribute to create a real ecosystem committed to promote Employee Assistance and wellbeing through local and global stakeholders and through the media.
Open-minded, multi-cultural, diverse, expert, human, professional, are some of the adjectives that accurately describe our community. If you feel aligned with our vision and our values, if you feel like contributing to a professional community and spread our voice internationally, if you want to experience our special “EAEF spirit”, we encourage you, individual or organisation to join us and be part of our active and exciting ecosystem.
Kate Nowlan, CEO of CiC and EAPA UK member talks about the experience of supporting workers on the frontline during this global pandemic
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