About EASA - Employee Assistance Services Provider

Employee Assistance Services Australia - known as EASA with headquarters in the Hunter Valley - is a leading provider of Employee Assistance Programs (EAP). We provide tailored EAP services to businesses, organisations and industrial agencies throughout Australia.

Our clients are drawn from the resources, mining services, building and manufacturing sectors, government, emergency services, as well as corporations and SMEs. We work with individuals, teams and management at a single workplace or at multi-sites, and with employers of all sizes.

EASA’s team brings out the best in your team. Our EAP specialists, counsellors and coaches are trained, qualified and equipped with the experience and resources to bring out the best in others.

EASA is wholly Australian-owned and operated.

History

EASA's managing director Craig Willmott has been providing counselling and critical incident stress management services to the Hunter Valley mining industry since the early 1990s. Craig has always believed that a proactive approach to employee wellbeing can add significant value to an organisation. In the early 1990s, Craig was training employers to recognise the signs and symptoms of stress which proved very effective in reducing workplace accidents, injuries, and associated productivity losses.

From these early successes, EASA’s proactive and preventative EAP model emerged, and is now widely recognised by employers as a truly valuable EAP solution for delivering lasting workplace and employee benefits.

In 2002, the company began operating under its present name – Employee Assistance Services Australia or EASA. Since then, EASA has expanded its network of CIMA and ICISF trained contractors and professionals throughout Australia to offer national employee assistance services. We have also assisted with domestic and international crises and events.

In 2013, EASA formalised a partnerhip with EAPworks in New Zealand to offer trans-Tasman EAP services to clients of both companies.

Contact EASA

For information on how EASA can provide an effective Employee Assistance Program for your workforce, please contact:

Craig Willmott
Managing Director
Employee Assistance Services Australia
PO Box 2077 Greenhills NSW 2323
Tel. 0407 918 998 Fax. (02) 4934 8060
Email. help@easa.net.au
www.easa.net.au