McCann, Bernard A.
Merrick, Elizabeth S. Levy
Horgan, Constance M.
JournalJournal of Workplace Behavioral Health
PublisherTaylor and Francis
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AbstractThis study examined relationships between workplace stress, organizational factors and use of EAP counseling services delivered by network providers in a large, privately-insured population.Claims data were linked to measures of workplace stress, focus on wellness/prevention, EAP promotion, and EAP activities for health care plan enrollees from 26 employers. The association of external environment and work organization variables with use of EAP counseling services was examined. Higher levels of EAP promotion and worksite activities were associated with greater likelihood of service use. Greater focus on wellness/prevention and unusual and significant stress were associated with lower likelihood of service use. Results provide stakeholders with insights on approaches to increasing utilization of EAP services.
CitationAzzone, V., McCann, B., Merrick, E. L., Hiatt, D., Hodgkin, D., & Horgan, C. (2009). Workplace stress, organizational factors and EAP utilization. Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health, 23(3), 344-356. doi: 10.1080/1555524093188380
Employee assistance programs
Facilities and Services Utilization