EAP and COVID-19: Why Employee Assistance Programs are Valuable During and After COVID-19
JournalConstruction Business Owner
PublisherCahaba Media Group, Inc.
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Other TitlesHow to take care of construction's core assets
Why Employee Assistance Programs are Valuable During and After COVID-19
AbstractA valuable resource for employers during times of crisis is the employee assistance program (EAP). This article is intended to provide a look at the objectives, services and outcomes of EAPs through a panel of three long-term EAP professionals with experience in the construction industry: Bob VandePol, executive director of the employee assistance program at Pine Rest Christian Mental Health Services in Grand Rapids, Michigan; Bernie Dyme, founder, president and chief executive officer of Perspectives Ltd., in Chicago, Illinois; and Anna Meiners, director of account services, EAP and well-being at Cascade Centers Inc. in Portland, Oregon.
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KeywordCoronavirus Disease 2019 (COVID-19)
workplace mental health
Employee assistance programs