SAS EAP Expats 2012

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SAS EAP Expats 2012

  1. 1. Sixth Outline Level Seventh Outline Level Eighth Outline LevelNinth Outline LevelKlik for at redigere teksttypografierne i masterenSuperAção Solutions “Transformation by solutions”www.sas.br.com Your own footer Your Logo
  2. 2. SuperAção Solutions ltda is a transforming mission orientedcompany enabling persons and organizations with cutting edgesolutions, optimized performance and innovative improvementsoutreaching the company’s potential with competitive results.SuperAção Solutions offers to organizations and individualsreliable, high-quality transforming services byassessment, counseling, coaching, wellness management andprofessional and organizational development.
  3. 3. Impacts on the family end employees in Oil and Gas Industry  Increased worker mobility for skilled trades across the industry sector and between sectors. Worker absence from the family and the subsequent impact on sustaining duty of care; Limited social network or difficulty resourcing local infrastructure to support accompanying family members; Emergence or compounding of relationship issues between parents and children because of personal, professional or work-life balance strain; Increasing prevalence of the „sandwich‟ generation – people who care for their aging parents while raising their own children; Return to the workforce for spouses of employees in the Oil and Gas sector..” Health and Wellness Trends in the Oil and Gas Sector Shepell·fgi Research Group 2011 a Canadian survey
  4. 4. Expat’s problem areas for development Speed of adaptation Inappropriate or disruptive behavior Turnover Stress, Anxiety, Depression Absence Work satisfaction Destroyed work and life balance Marital discord Decreased productivity Child behavior issues Diminished awareness and focus Stigmatization Accident, injury or death
  5. 5. Similar problems-Systematic Solutions
  6. 6. Expat solution’s services Employee Assistance Program (EAP)Outlines 1 Psychological Counseling 2 Family Counseling 3 Group Counseling 4 Social Counseling 5 Wellness Management
  7. 7. Key Findings 16% 32% 40% 36% Employee‟s emotional health 40 % say a physical health or emotional problem has interfered with normal 36 % say they are tense or anxious much of the time. activities with family, friends, neighbors or groups. 32 % report being unable to stop thinking about their problems. . Only 16 % get enough sleepReport Wellness Trends, ComPsych Corporation 2011
  8. 8. Psychological Counseling1. Psychological CounselingTarget Group :Employees, wives and children Problem solving: adaptation and socialization, homesickness, stress, depression, stress, anxiety lack of motivation and goal settings. Children problems as: lack of motivation for studding, isolation and friendship, aggression, additional clinical issues.
  9. 9. The top family challenges 29% 47% 47% partner resistance, 32% 32% family adjustment 29% children‟s education Crucial for organization “The top reasons for assignment refusal were family concerns, compensation, employee career aspirations, partner‟s career and quality of life at the location”Global Relocation Trends. 2011 Survey Report. Brookfield Global Relocation Services.
  10. 10. Family ConsultingTarget Group Families Problem solving: problems in communication, relationship, life style, social life, family well-being and family‟s satisfaction. Education, relationship child-parents.
  11. 11. “The link between spousal use of the EAP and the predominance offamily support issues reported during the 3-year period underlines thateffective family support is an essential component towards managingwellness of employees within the Oil and Gas sector.” Health and WellnessTrends in the Oil and Gas Sector Shepell·fgi Research Group 2011 a Canadian survey
  12. 12. Group CounselingTarget Group:Wives, Families, Individuals, Parents Problem solving: Wives -life satisfaction, social support during husbandabstence, life-meaning, social interaction Families-problems in communication, relationship, life style, social life, family well-being and family‟s satisfaction. Children education. Educational problems , Relationship child- parents. Individuals-adaptation and socialization, homesickness, stress, lack of social communication and social support, depression, stress, anxiety lack of motivation and goal settings. Children problems as lack of motivation for studding, isolation and friendship, aggression, additional clinical issues.
  13. 13. Social CounselingTarget Group:Wives, individuals,children, youths Problem solving: adaptation and socialization, homesickness, stress, lack of social communication and Social support. Infantile problems as lack of motivation for studding, isolation and friendship, aggression.
  14. 14. 16% from Expats Identify Volunteer Activities and Finding Support Networksas available Verbatim Comments: Spouse/Partner Assistance “…case by case…access to online resources specializing in job search[es] for spouses of assignees…a formal “spouses association”…intercultural training…EU10,000 maximum, based on invoices…spousal assistance to help with education, training, or job search…” Global Relocation Trends. 2011 Survey Report. Brookfield Global Relocation Services.
  15. 15. Wellness ManagementTarget Group Managers, staff, wives,children 9 to 15, Problem solving: Well-being, life satisfaction, nutrition, stress, physical and psychological and spiritual health, productivity and individual and employees performance .
  16. 16. WellKom Corporate Service UK
  17. 17. “Those persons with higher numbers of wellness habits aresignificantly less likely to be emotionally exhausted (emotionalexhaustion goes down as wellness habits increase). “ “There is a significant correlation between self rated performance levels and the number of Daily Wellness Habits (DWH )– the higher the self reported number of DWH the higher the self reported performance levels over the last 6 months and over the last week relative to others in their organisation”Statistically Significant Benefits of Developing More DWH April 2012,WellkomCorporate Service .
  18. 18. Contact UsSuperAção Solutions Ltda.+55 (22) 3087-0140E-mail: info@sas.br.comwww.sas.br.com
  19. 19. THANK YOU!
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