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|Title: ||Health, Wellness and Productivity: Best Practice Requires EAP Involvement|
|Authors: ||Beidel, Bernard E.|
Brennan, Kristine N.
|Publisher: ||Employee Assistance Employee Association|
|Citation: ||Beidel, B. E. & Brennan, K. N. (2005, November). Health, Wellness and Productivity: Best Practice Requires EAP Involvement. Journal of Employee Assistance, 35(4), 36-37.|
|Abstract: ||As the employer assistance field has evolved over the years and employee and member assistance programs have become better integrated into their respective work organizations, the challenge of finding the right interface between the EAP, the health and wellness of the workforce and the work organization has been at times controversial, while at other times it has contributed to profound programmatic innovations.|
|Subject Keywords: ||wellness|
Employee assistance programs
|Appears in Collections:||Employee Assistance Archive School of Social Work|
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