JournalJournal of Employee Assistance
PublisherEmployee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA)
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AbstractThis paper reviews applied research and consulting strategies for demonstrating the business value of employee assistance programs that support the workplace and organizational risk management.
Table of Contents1) Why Make a Business Case?; 2) Research on Organizational Services; 3) Increased Corporate Participation. References (15).
DescriptionArticle summarizing key points of conference presentation: Attridge, M., Hyde, M., & Amaral, T. (2003, April). Making the business case for organizational assistance. Paper presented at the annual institute of the Employee Assistance Society of North America, San Antonio, TX.
CitationAttridge, M., Amaral, T., & Hyde, M. (2003). Completing the Business Case for EAPs. Journal of Employee Assistance, 33(3), 23-25.
SponsorsOptum EAP, EAP Technologies Inc., and Mayo Clinic.
Employee assistance programs