Sharar, David A., 1961-
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AbstractThis Employee Assistance Professionals Association (EAPA) Code of Ethics provides guidance regarding ethical conduct for employee assistance professionals (hereafter, EA professionals), and it defines the standards of ethical behavior for the benefit of their clients, both individual employees and employer organizations. This code will apply to the EA professional’s activities and relationships with employees, employers, unions, employee assistance colleagues, professionals from other disciplines, the local community and society as a whole.
Table of ContentsPreamble (pg. 3). Code of Ethics Purpose (pg. 3) Ethical Principles (pg. 3) Responsibility to colleagues and other professionals (pg. 4). Responsibility to employees as clients (pg. 5). Responsibility as professionals (pg. 7). Responsibility to employers or work organizations (pg. 8). Responsibility in conducting research (pg. 9). Responsibility to vendors and providers (pg. 10). Responsibility to the Employee Assistance profession and broader society (pg. 11).
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