The Value of Employee Assistance Programs - 2012 EASNA Research Brief
PublisherEmployee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA)
Peer ReviewedEASNA Research and Knowledge Transfer Committee.
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AbstractA brief report that summarizes key points from research relevant to the business value of employee assistance programs (EAPs). Revised from 2009 original version.
Table of ContentsPage 1 has written key points in areas of the percentages of employers with EAPs, 1) EMPLOYEE SUPPORT – EAPs Provide No-Cost Counseling for Employees and Their Family Members; 2)HEALTHY WORKPLACES – EAPs Provide Behavioral Health Consultation to the Organization; 3) BUSINESS VALUE – EAPs Support Worker Productivity and Reduce Business Costs; 4) BETTER MENTAL HEALTH – EAPs Restore Hope for Troubling Situations. Page 2 References List (30).
Description2-page PDF. Page 1 has text and page 2 has a reference list.
CitationAttridge, M. (2012). The Value of Employee Assistance Programs - 2012 EASNA Research Brief. Employee Assistance Society of North America.
SponsorsEmployee Assistance Society of North America (EASNA).
return on investment
Employee assistance programs
Health Care Costs