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Title: Making the Business Case for EAP and Work/Life
Attridge 2004 Business Case for EAP and Work:Life - EAPA-UpperMidwestChapter 59slides .pdf  (992.06 kB)  Attridge 2004 Business Case for EAP and Work/Life - EAPA-UpperMidwestChapter 59slides
Authors: Attridge, Mark
Date: 2004-01-10
Citation: Attridge, M. (2004, January). Making the business case for EAP and Work/Life. Presented at meeting of the Upper Midwest Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association, Golden Valley, MN.
Abstract: Presentation for EAP industry professionals. Review of research on the business case for EAP services. Focus on conceptual model developed by Attridge and Amaral with three components of business value: human capital, health claims and organizational.
Subject Keywords: Work/Life
business case
ROI
Prevention
Employee assistance programs
Rate of return
Absenteeism (Labor)
Labor productivity
Description: Slides from a conference presentation. Total of 59 slides.
Type: Poster/Presentation
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