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Title: Evolution of EAP: Historical Changes Over 30 Years and What Purchasers Want Today From Employee Assistance Vendors
Attridge_EAPEvolutionSurveyResults_2018-AUG09-revised-slides.pdf  (2.96 MB)  Slides
ATTRIDGE Evolution of EAP - Survey Results - Text & Tables for EAPArchive 2018-AUG27.pdf  (376.86 kB)  Report text and tables
Other Titles: Evolution of the Employee Assistance Program Industry in North America: Historical Changes and What Purchasers Want Today - A Research Report for EASNA
Authors: Attridge, Mark
Date: 2018-08-08
Abstract: This slide presentation shares the results of a survey study conducted in 2018. It asked about three issues: 1) How the employee assistance program industry has changed over the past 30 years? - 2) What is important to purchasers of EAP today for buying services in general - and 3) Why employers decide to purchase one EAP over other EAPs? Data is from 155 senior level professionals with average of 23 years experience in EAP field.
Subject Keywords: EAP vendors
EAP purchasers
ROI
EASNA
Employee assistance programs
United States
Canada
Rate of return
Employee Assistance Society of North America
Surveys and Questionnaires
Sponsors: Attridge Consulting, Inc. and Employee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA).
Description: Preliminary results presented at the June 2018 meeting of National Behavioral Consortium.
Includes a presentation and a Research Report or Summary Report for EASNA of the results of the same 2018 survey of 155 professionals in the EAP field.
Type: Poster/Presentation
Appears in Collections:Employee Assistance Archive School of Social Work

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