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Work

EAP Space is a blog run by ICAS experts, where we share our knowledge and show how EAP (Employee Assistance Program) affects the balance and efficiency of companies, teams and employees.
We invite you to exchange experiences and discuss.

Layoffs at a company

Workforce reductions can be challenging for both employees and employers. How does the ICAS EAP program assist both parties in parting ways amicably?

EAP, Work

Challenging beauty of diversity

Unique personalities enrich the team, while disturbed ones can weaken it – how to collaborate effectively when we are so different?

Psychology, Work

Support, cooperation, understanding. 10 Years of ICAS Poland

How do you create a brand whose mission is to restore the balance of people and organizations? How do you gain trust in such a sensitive area as mental health care?

EAP, Psychology, Work

Human versus machine

Technology endows us with new possibilities, yet its entry into the workplace often involves technostress. We provide guidance on how to cope with it

Psychology, Work

When an employee leaves unnoticed

The prevalence of quiet quitting inspires us to reflect on how to transform employees’ emotions, rather than having them withdrawn, into fuel for the organization.

Psychology, Work

Being a leader and being a manager. On leadership in a company

How to use the potential of both roles in the organisation and find a balance between the two? Joanna Krzyżanowska – a manager, psychologist, coach and mentor will discuss it.

EAP, Management, Work

A difference that one conversation can make

About psychological help offered by the EAP Helpline, concerns associated with seeking professional help and why turning for help earlier rather than later matters

EAP, Psychology, Work

Don’t avoid the topic

A professional grief companion, Anja Franczak, discusses how to talk about death in a company and support employees experiencing loss.

EAP, Psychology, Work

How to turn promotion into a success?

Psychologist Matt Biegała shares insights on supporting new managers to ensure the change proves beneficial for both them and their teams

Management, Psychology, Work

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