PublisherEmployee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA)
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Other TitlesEAP Best Practices: The Value of Employee Assistance Programs
AbstractBrief report summarizing research and industry facts on the business value of employee assistance programs (EAP). Four areas of value are examined (see Table of Contents) and support by data from 27 reference citations.
Table of ContentsPart 1 - Employee Support: EAPs provide no-cost counseling for employees and their family members. Part 2 - Healthy Workplaces: EAPs provide behavioral health consultation to the organization. Part 3 - Business Value: EAPs support work productivity and reduced business costs. Part 4 - Better Mental Health: EAPs restore hope for troubling situations. References (27)
DescriptionUpdate version of the original 2009 report. Although the content was not changed, the report layout is improved with photos and graphics.
CitationAttridge, M. (2016). The Value of Employee Assistance Programs: Updated Report (10 pages). Norfolk, VA: The Employee Assistance Society of North America.
SponsorsEmployee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA)
Rights/TermsCopyright by EASNA - 2009 & 2016.
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