Links to information on employee benefits:
At AdaptivaHR, we put mental health support within easy reach. From day-to-day stressors to clinical needs, our team assists hundreds of people who may not be able to access help otherwise. AdaptivaHR offers a personal, local, holistic EAP benefit. When an employee contacts us, they do not have to go through a third party or lengthy intake process before scheduling an appointment with a counselor. Our team provides all the support and we don’t limit the number of sessions available. We look forward to supporting you and your employees.
Offering innovative placement options to job seekers and employers, as well as information on tax incentives, accommodations, Invest EAP, training offsets and other services and workforce supports available to the business community.
Many VBSR members offer member-to-member discounts on insurances and other services.
Rhino Foods’ Income Advance Program was developed in response to requests from employees for “loans”. While payroll advances addressed the immediate need it did nothing to address the root problem and was difficult to administer in a fair and consistent way. Rhino was dedicated to finding a solution and the Income Advance Program was born.
Invest EAP is a Vermont-based public and private non-profit collaborative that has offered comprehensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP) services since 1986. Our EAP provides short-term counseling and referral, management consultation, wellness workshops and resource information.
A resource for employer practices, education and sample policies. There is a fee to join and access the information.
A database with detailed descriptions of programs and services that are provided by local community groups, social service and health-related agencies, government organizations, and others.
Find out whether your employees’ compensation meets basic needs.
Small Employers’ FAQ on Vermont’s health insurance offerings.
Career and Education Wellness powered by VSAC provides an invaluable benefit to your staff by helping them directly with their education goals and by giving them peace of mind and confidence in planning and navigating their families’ education
United Way leads the Working Bridges Employer Collaborative. The concept is simple: employers work together to effectively develop and test innovative HR practices using the workplace as a platform for services designed to help workers get, keep and grow stable employment.
A comprehensive site offering information on workplace harassment and discrimination, including education, business practices, directory of trainers and where/how to file a complaint.
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