Who gets paid by your employer.
Anyone paid by your employer works for them, not you. Not saying they'll break confidentiality or anything illegal but they're hired to solve problems & you're always gonna be the part of the problem most easily gotten rid of.
Not sure that’s the angle I would take but each to their own.
Employers provide these services for the benefit of their employees as a good corporate citizen and there are huge fines and repercussions for the employer IF they were to get rid of someone in those circumstances (I’d be naive to say it couldn’t happen especially in smaller businesses but they would still be in some serious doodoo if the individual wanted to take it further).
Not sure who @ThePunisher works for and he would need to be comfortable approaching them anyway but again you can’t just tar everyone with the same brush.
Employers also benefit in the long run by providing these services and help create happier and stable employees (and no, it’s not 100% successful admittedly).