Why choose Blunovus over an existing EAP?
Blunovus training and support can supplement or replace a standard Employee Assistance Program (EAP). National averages tell us standard EAPs don’t get used and fail to provide your employees with the support they need.
Blunovus is different. We deliver proactive training and support on a cultural and individual level, allowing you to create psychological safety in the workplace while increasing EAP engagement, well-being, and productivity.
Employees who miss work due to mental health problems are seven times more likely to continue missing more work than those with physical health issues.
How Blunovus is different
Focuses on “upstream” employee engagement to avert crisis
20-50% client engagement—
20 to 50 people out of 100 engage with Blunovus yearly
On-demand engagement through a 24/7 text/call emotional support line
Callers may remain anonymous to receive support that stays in the CARE Center
Immediate support via text messaging available
Referral to professional with specific expertise matching individual's needs
Upfront team member onboarding to promote engagement from service launch
Monthly and quarterly analytics to show utilization and recommend courses of action
One-touch client-branded app to access services on-demand
Active engagement is the primary objective to impact lives and bring about cultural change
Exists primarily to assist in a time of crisis—if at all
1-3% typical national engagement—
only 3 people out of 100 engage yearly
SUPPORT ON A SCHEDULE
Call during business hours to set an appointment to talk to a counselor in weeks or months
Callers required to provide personal information to engage with a counselor or therapist
TRADITIONAL PHONE ENGAGEMENT
Need to set an appointment to talk with a therapist
Initial “free” services limited to in-house or retained professionals who may not be a counseling f it
Generally included as an add-on to a health policy and no specific onboarding procedure
Get a report only upon request and hope it’s meaningful
Required to remember what services are available and how to access them in times of crisis
Often provided to meet a corporate requirement rather than to meet employee needs