AXA ICAS International is a leading global provider of Employee Assistance Programmes

Through our global network of ICAS and partner offices, we cover over 50 countries worldwide

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Global Employee Assistance Programmes

AXA ICAS International offer truly international coverage at a local level. We deliver a consistently high level of service through a network of international offices and strategic partners, covering over 200 countries and territories.

4.5 m iconAll member services and client relationship management and support is offered primarily in the local language. No other provider understands local culture and regional variations as well as we do. We service over 2000 businesses just like yours. Our network of support covers 4.5 million people and their families worldwide. Whatever the country, the issue or challenge, our experience will support them with the right expertise and quickly.

Our ability to create a service that has our client at the heart of it, has seen employee lives positively supported and transformed for the better around the globe. We are confident the services we provide are effective, supportive and valuable, significantly improving your workplace, business return on investment (ROI) and be an attractive asset to future employees too.

Our global employee assistance programmes (EAP's) and coaching services provide a range of support services to organisation's employees and their immediate family members. There are many components to an EAP, but at the core of the EAP is short term, solution based counselling, either via telephone, face-to-face or via the internet.

Click on each key feature to find out more about the specific elements that make up an Employee Assistance Programme (EAP).


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Zip FolderA really important aspect of the EAP is confidentiality.  We follow strict guidelines on ethics and data protection.  Your employees can be reassured that they will remain anonymous whilst dealing with AXA ICAS.

Our reporting on utilisation and most common employee issues, is useful for helping employers design their wellbeing programmes in order to improve working conditions and environments, reduce stress, and improve employee satisfaction. We do not provide information on individual cases.