About Us

ABOUT US
assistance

The CSEAS provides a wide range of free and confidential* supports to staff and management of the Irish Civil Service designed to assist employees to manage work and life difficulties which, if left unattended, could adversely affect work performance and/or attendance and quality of life.

The CSEAS, under central management in the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, is an important shared service element of the human resource structure in the Civil Service. It plays a key part in an ethos of promoting employee wellness and organisational effectiveness.

Employee Assistance Officers (EAOs) are located in Dublin (Head Office), Tullamore, Cork, Limerick, Castlebar and Sligo, providing a shared service to all Government Departments/Offices

*Exceptions to confidentiality apply, for further details please see Role of the CSEAS
 

Mission Statement: “To offer a quality resource and support service for all staff which
positively affects both individual health and well-being and organisational effectiveness”
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CSEAS Publications

CSEAS PUBLICATIONS Bereavement Communication Critical Incidents in the Workplace CSEAS Activity Reports CSEAS Information Financial Matters Health & Well-Being Mental Health Personal Hygiene Issues

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Published Articles

PUBLISHED ARTICLES (Articles included hereunder are the work of the author(s) and the opinion(s) expressed therein do not necessarily represent those of the CSEAS) Article on Confidentiality

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Archived Reports

ARCHIVED REPORTS CSEAS Annual Report 2011 CSEAS Annual Report 2010 CSEAS Annual Report 2009 CSEAS Annual Report 2008 CSEAS Annual Report 2007 CSEAS Annual Report 2006 CSEAS Annual Report 2005 CSEAS Annual Report 2004 CSEAS Annual Report 2003 CSEAS Annual Report 2002 CSEAS Annual Report 2001

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Managing Stress

MANAGING STRESS Stress is “The reaction people may have when presented with demands and pressures that are not matched to their knowledge and abilities and which challenge their ability to cope.” (World Health Organisation) Building resilience does not prevent difficult or stressful events occurring. It helps us to respond to life events and recover from …

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About the CSEAS

ABOUT THE CSEAS Welcome to the website of the Civil Service Employee Assistance Service (CSEAS). The CSEAS provides an internal Employee Assistance Programme for Civil Servants in Ireland. The CSEAS provides a wide range of free and confidential* supports to staff and management of the Irish Civil Service designed to assist employees to manage work …

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Role of the CSEAS

ROLE OF THE CSEAS The Civil Service Employee Assistance Service (CSEAS) provides an internal Employee Assistance Programme to Civil Service staff. Centralised within the Department of Public Expenditure and Reform, the CSEAS operates as an interdepartmental shared service on a regionalised basis. The Service is a work-based professional service which is designed to assist employees …

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Governance

GOVERNANCE Governance is provided by CSEAS Advisory Committee The role of the CSEAS Advisory Committee is: 1. To advise on and approve the overall strategy for CSEAS policy development 2. To review and advise on the operation and effectiveness of the CSEAS Members of the CSEAS Advisory Committee Charter of the CSEAS Advisory Committee CSEAS …

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Frequently Asked Questions

FREQUENTLY ASKED QUESTIONS     GDPR FAQ’s    

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