Do you have an EAP? As an employer, you should have a vested interest in the abilities of your employees to work to their highest possible potential. As such, employee assistance programs (EAPs) both incentivize your workers to do their best and assist them during times of hardship or duress. Unaddressed, situations that negatively affect employees’ well-being can be a detriment to morale and may end up hurting productivity and drive up business costs. When workers feel confident that their concerns are being addressed and they are being taken care of, business runs smoother for everyone.