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Title: Substantial Cost Savings From Establishment Of Alcoholism Program For Federal Civilian Employees
USCompGenReport.pdf  (3.58 MB)  
Other Titles: Comptroller General's Report To Special Subcommittee On Alcoholism And Narcotics, Committee On Labor And Public Welfare, United States Senate
Authors: Staats, Elmer B., 1914-2011
Date: 1970-09-27
Series/Report no.: ;B-164031(2)
Subject Keywords: alcoholism programs
alcohol abuse in the workplace
federal employee programs
cost savings
Alcoholism--United States
Alcoholism--Prevention
Alcoholism--Treatment
Alcoholism--Identification
Description: Report from the General Accounting Office, requested by the Chairman of the Special Subcommittee on Alcoholism and Narcotics of the Senate Committee on Labor and Public Welfare based on a study designed to determine the cost savings to the Government that might be brought about through a program aimed at identification, prevention, and treatment of alcoholism among Federal civilian employees.
Type: Government Document
Report
Table of Content: Chapter 1: Introduction -- Chapter 2: Estimated Employer Cost Savings From Establishment of Alcoholism Program For Federal Civilian Employees -- Chapter 3: Other Cost Savings And Benefits From Alcoholism Program -- Chapter 4: Conclusion
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