Browsing School of Social Work by Subject "United States. Bureau of Labor Statistics"
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The Facts Don’t Lie: Statistical Truths about the Business Value of EAPsThis article presents succinct and data-driven facts that answer critical questions about the business value of EAPs, and it offers an ROI case study with $2,200 USD savings per each counseling case from avoided further workplace productivity losses in work presenteeism and absenteeism.
Profile of Small Employers in the United States and the Importance of Employee Assistance Programs During the COVID-19 Pandemic.In this paper, we define small businesses and their share of the U.S. workforce. Next, we review the research on the increasing burden of behavioral health disorders during the COVID-19 pandemic. Finally, we discuss the role of employee assistance programs (EAP) in small businesses to effectively respond to the kinds of worker health and workplace problems exacerbated by the pandemic.