Employee Assistance Program Committee
RoleThe EAP is a voluntary, confidential counselling and information service available in English or French to Concordia employees and their immediate family members. EAP counsellors provide assistance with any personal and work-related concerns that may be affecting one’s physical and emotional well-being. These include concerns such as marital and relationship issues, family problems, personal and emotional difficulties, interpersonal conflicts, substance abuse, work-related concerns and more. The service is confidential and free of charge.
The EAP Committee is composed of a representative from each of Concordia’s unions, as well as representatives from various departments around the University, including Health Services, Human Resources, and Counselling and Development. CUCEPTFU’s delegate is elected for a two-year term by the General Assembly.
Our current representative is Lili Ullmann. She can be reached for questions at email@example.com
The Committee meets two or three times per year to address EAP-related issues. A recent accomplishment is the establishment of a substance abuse program for Concordia employees. For complete information about the Employee Assistance Program, please visit the EAP website at http://eap.concordia.ca.