As the world’s largest provider of employee assistance programs and a leading provider of fully integrated EAP, work-life, behavioral health, wellness leave management and HR and FMLA administration services, ComPsych is frequently called upon by the media to share its unique insights and perspectives. Feel free to browse our current and archived press releases and media coverage. To request an interview with one of our experts, please e-mail Jennifer Hudson (media inquiries only).

Latest Press Releases

Feb. 10, 2014

ComPsych Sees Near- 20 Percent Spike in January Calls for EAP Services

--Record-breaking call levels attributed in part to winter blues CHICAGO – Feb. 10, 2014 – ComPsych Corporation registered a 19 percent increase in employee assistance program calls for the...


Oct. 21, 2013

Elevated Stress Levels Are the "New Norm" for Employees, According to ComPsych® StressPulse Report 

CHICAGO – Oct. 21, 2013 – Employee stress levels remain elevated according to the latest StressPulse(SM) report by ComPsych® Corporation. Some 62 percent...


Sept. 17, 2013

ComPsych® Corp. Announces Health at Work Award Winners:  CBRE, Froedtert Health, Pinnacol Assurance and Mayes Testing Engineers

CHICAGO – Sept. 17, 2013 – ComPsych announced today the Gold winners of its ninth-annual Health at Work(SM) Award:  CBRE,...


July 29, 2013

ComPsych Reports Top 10 Health Problems, According to Employee Assessment

CHICAGO – July 29, 2013 – A new report detailing the top 10 health problems as assessed by employees was released today by ComPsych® Corporation. The report, comprised of aggregate...


June 4, 2013

FMLA Absences Continue to Rise; New FMLASource Report Shows Industries With Most Workers on Leave

Almost half of hospitality employees and roughly 40 percent of health care employees have an open FMLA leave at any time. CHICAGO – June 4, 2013 – Family and...


Latest Media Coverage

March 27, 2014

HR.BLR -- Workplace Safety

Three Steps for Developing a Stress-Reduction Program According to a recent survey, 62 percent of employees report high levels of stress, leading to extreme fatigue and feeling out of control. Highly stressed workers are less likely to...


March 24, 2014

Bloomberg Radio

March Madness and Workplace ProductivityAs the NCAA Division 1 basketball tournament enters its second week, workplace pundits routinely bemoan the lack of productivity that’ll beset the American economy. Work hours lost filling out brackets cost...


March 24, 2014

HR Reporter

Spikes in EAP Usage Linked to Winter Blahs Could a particularly hard winter, combined with post-holiday blues, lead to more employees seeking support from their employee assistance program (EAP)? Yes, according to ComPsych, who saw a 19 per cent spike...


March 19, 2014

Yahoo! Radio

March Madness:  A Drain on Productivity? A recent survey by ComPsych found that the majority of workers say March Madness doesn’t impact their productivity, while those who are impacted say it affects them in a positive way, such as building...


March 11, 2014


Companies Use Chaplains to Help Answer Workers’ Prayers for Guidance While employee assistance programs help connect workers with spiritual counselors, some companies see value in a corporate chaplain. Dr. Ewa Antonowicz, clinical director for...