• Actively working to be more antiracist in the employee assistance field

      Jacobson Frey, Jodi
      In addition to the ongoing response to the Novel Coronavirus Disease–2019 (COVID-19), workplaces are addressing and beginning in many cases to dismantle long-standing systems and structures that uphold racism. These changes are happening quickly and around the globe. Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) have an opportunity to support and guide workplaces leaders as they seek out guidance and new solutions to the two pandemics of COVID-19 and racism. To start this work; however, EAPs need to work internally to examine, challenge and change their own practices and behaviors in an effort to be a more diverse, inclusive, and anti-racist work and professional environment. This article describes 10 steps EAPs can take to start or continue on their journey to be more anti-racist within their own workplaces and with the workplaces they support.
    • Book Review: Alcohol and Drugs: Issues in the Workplace

      Sonnenstuhl, William J., 1946-; Trice, Harrison Miller, 1920- (1985-10-01)
    • Book Review: Psychology in Management

      Trice, Harrison Miller, 1920- (1956-10-01)
    • Employee Assistance Programs

      Attridge, Mark (2014)
      Employee Assistance Programs (EAPs) are employer-sponsored services designed for assisting employees with personal, family or work problems. Most workplaces today have an EAP, as over 80% of medium and large size employers in the United States provide EAP benefits to their workforce. EAPs play an important role in helping troubled employees to balance the demands of work and personal life, while also supporting the employer’s goals for improved or sustained levels of workplace productivity. Common areas of need include stress, mental health disorders, substance abuse, other behavioral addictions, parenting issues, emotional problems, problems at work, and personal financial and legal concerns. EAPs they also support individual managers and the organization as a whole. This later kind of support includes efforts at prevention, training, management consultation, organizational development and crisis preparedness and response services. To accomplish these goals, EAPs often partner with other employee benefit programs including work/life, occupational health and wellness and disability claim management.
    • Employee Assistance Programs: A Guide for Administrators and Consultants

      Lanier, Daniel, Jr.; Gray, Muriel C., 1944- (EAP HealthCare Services Institute, 1986-01)
    • Employee Assistance Programs: A Guide for Counselors

      Lanier, Daniel, Jr.; Gray, Muriel C., 1944-; Thureson, Anne (EAP Health Care Institute, 1987-02)
    • The Impact of Federal Sector Unions on Supervisors' Use of Personnel Policies

      Beyer, Janice M.; Trice, Harrison Miller, 1920-; Hunt, Richard E. (1980-01-01)
      This study investigates whether supervisors' use of management-initiated policies - in this case, alcoholism and EEO policies - is related to the presence of a union, the power of any union present (measured, among other ways, by certain bargaining outcomes), and the supervisors' awareness of the union's position on the policies in question. An analysis of interview data from supervisors in seventy-one federal installations, and from both national and local union officials, indicates that the supervisors' awareness of a union's position on the policies was positively related to use of both policies, as were certain aspects of union power. The presence of a union was also associated with greater use of the alcoholism policy, but not of the EEO policy. In addition, the authors analyze the reasons for the various compromises that occur in the use of each policy.
    • Models of Service Delivery

      Cagney, Tamara (John Wiley & Sons, Inc., 1999)