November 2016 Wisdom Workplace Webinar

Getting The Most Out Of Your EAP? Things To Consider.

Tuesday, November 15, 2:00 p.m. ET / 11:00 a.m. PT

Are you getting the most out of your Employee Assistance Program (EAP)? Employee Assistance Programs have been in existence for many years now. Some carriers and service providers have expanded services and offer much more than the traditional core EAP services. They may offer work-life services or even convenience type services. While these may sound very important, have you stopped to evaluate the actual value all of these services bring to your employees and your organization? The needs of your organization are likely to be very different than the business next door. Consider your industry and the people that make up your workforce. This is key to knowing what type of EAP plan and services are best for your organization.

This webinar will help you better decipher the various types of services and plans available today, and also help you think through and understand what you are paying for when you add EAP to your benefits package.

This webinar has been submitted for 1.25 re-certification credit hours from the Human Resource Certification Institute.
HR Certification Institute - Pre-apporved

Video Recording




Nancy Cannon

Presenter: Nancy Cannon, LCSW LMHP CEAP EAP Manager, Benefit Solutions Division Mutual of Omaha

Nancy Cannon is the manager of Mutual of Omaha’s Employee Assistance Program (EAP). She has been with Mutual of Omaha since 1997 and has worked in the employee assistance field for a total of 26 years. Her earlier EAP work was in a hospital-based internal and external program that also handled managed care reviews for several insurance companies. Nancy holds a certification as an Employee Assistance Professional (CEAP), and has a Master’s degree in Social Work. She is licensed and certified in the State of Nebraska as a mental health therapist and social worker. Nancy has been a member of the International Employee Assistance Professionals Association since 1998 and is the past-President of the Heartland EAPA chapter serving a three state region.

Sponsored by:

Mutual of Omaha

UBA Strategic Partner