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What is an Employee Assistance Program?

Employee assistance programs (EAPs) are confidential, work-based programs that offer assessments, short-term counseling, referrals, and follow-up services to employees who have personal or work-related problems.

EAPs can help employees resolve a variety of issues, including substance abuse, mental health problems, stress, relationship difficulties, financial concerns, and job-related problems.


Employee mental health in Finland

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Finland has about 5.5 million inhabitants and, according to Statistics Finland, 2.2 million employed people in 2019. The most common mental health problems among Finnish employees are anxiety and depression. The employees are entitled by the law to a safe and healthy work environment. The employer is responsible for ensuring that the workplace is safe and health-promoting. According to the Occupational Safety and Health Act, the employer must assess the risks to employees’ safety and health at work and take necessary measures to prevent these risks. The majority of Finnish employees feel that their work is meaningful and that they are able to influence their work. These factors have been found to protect against mental health problems. In addition, good social support at work seems to reduce the risk of mental health problems.

EAP Benefits

Employee assistance programs can have varied benefits. It can help the employees with work-life balance, provide support during difficult times, and offer resources for career development. In addition, it can also improve communication and collaboration within the workplace. There can also be cost savings associated with EAPs, as they can help to reduce absenteeism, turnover, and healthcare costs.

25% reduction in Absenteeism

23% Improvement in productivity

32% increase in employee morale

How is MantraCare EAP better?

MantraCare offers an intuitive EAP app supporting 20+ languages, 10+ holistic health programs, and 1500+ health experts, boosting the highest employee engagement levels. We have not only delivered positive ROI to our clients in Finland but also helped them attain measurable improvement in employee retention. With more than 10 years in the corporate wellness industry, and having served 80,000 employees in Finland and 30+ countries, we understand employee wellness! It’s in our DNA.

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Higher Engagement Rates & ROI

We see 5-7x higher rates of signup rates compared to other EAPs in Finland. This is driven by additional offerings such as meditation, yoga & physio.


High Satisfaction

95% of our users in Finland are satisfied with the program. Our proactive coaches and counselors ensure that users are engaged and satisfied.


In-depth Reporting

We deliver quarterly in-depth reports on observations, learnings and recommendations for overall organization change & improvement.

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Multimodal Support

Employees can connect over chat, audio, video or in-person sessions, wherever or whenever they want


Self-Help Tools

Access to 2000+ articles, calming music, soundscapes, videos and self-assessments on our mobile app.


Customized Programs

10+ customized programs addons such as Yoga, meditation, Nutrition, women health, Physical therapy & smoking cessation

Mantracare Employee Wellness Program Benefits

Most of our clients in Finland achieved a positive ROI on their employee health investment. We helped them make healthier and happier workplaces, leading to improved employee productivity, improved employee morale, lower absenteeism & higher retention. 

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100+ Companies in Finland Trust MantraCare

Deepak Sethi

“We are very pleased with the services that we have received from your company. The EAP program from your company has been very beneficial to our employees. We have received great feedback from our employees about the program and how it has helped them. We appreciate the work that you do and we are happy to be able to offer this valuable service to our employees. Thank you for these services.

Kevin, Vice President HR
Global IT Services Company

MantraCare has its presence in major cities in Finland

  • Helsinki
  • Tampere
  • Turku

Frequently Asked Question's

An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a work-based program that provides confidential assessment, short-term counseling, referral, and follow-up services to employees who have personal or work-related problems.

EAP is a general term that can refer to a variety of different programs. Generally, though, EAPs are designed to help employees who are struggling with personal or work-related problems. Some of the most common issues that can be addressed through an EAP include:

  • Relationship problems
  • Substance abuse
  • Money problems
  • Depression or anxiety
  • Work-related stress
  • Family conflicts

EAP program is typically sponsored by the employer. MantraCare offers one of the most cost effective EAP solution starting at $2 per employee for the basic plan which includes telephone and app support. 

We offer several addons on top of the base plan including video calls, meditation, yoga and other wellness programs. Employers are free to add or remove services based on their requirements.

When choosing an EAP, employers should consider the following:

  • Does the program have a good reputation?
  • Is the program accredited by a reputable organization?
  • What is the program’s confidentiality policy?
  • What are the fees associated with using the program?
  • What is the quality of the counselors?
  • What types of services are offered?
  • Is there 24/7 access to services?
  • Are language and cultural barriers are taken into account?