Amaral, Thomas M., 1952-
Goplerud, Eric N.
Herlihy, Patricia A.
McPherson, Tracy L.
Sharar, David A., 1961-
EASNA Knowledge Transfer & Research Committee
PublisherEmployee Assistance Society of North America
Peer ReviewedMembers of EASNA Knowledge Transfer & Research Committee
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Other TitlesChapter 10 - Selecting and Strengthening Employee Assistance Programs: A Purchaser's Guide
AbstractThis Research Note describes how to conceptualize the different ways that employee assistance services provide business value to an organization. The model features three major categories or levels of value: Workplace Performance Value – which has cost savings from employee productivity, absence and other human capital areas; Benefit Cost Value – which has cost savings from health care, disability and other employee benefits; and Organizational Value – which has cost savings from risk management and improved organizational development.
Table of Contents0. What Are EAPs? 1. The EAP Business Value Model. Value Area 1 - Workplace Performance. Value Area 2 - Benefits Costs. Value Area 3 - Organizational Risk. 2. Conclusion. 3. References (25 citations).
DescriptionReport - 5 pages
CitationAttridge, M., Amaral, T., Bjornson, T., Goplerud, E., Herlihy, P., McPherson, T., Paul R., Routledge, S., Sharar, D., Stephenson, D., & Teems, L. (2010). The business value of EAP: A conceptual model. EASNA Research Notes, 1(10), 1-5. Available online from http://www.easna.org
Series/Report No.EASNA Research Notes;Volume 1 - Number 10
SponsorsEmployee Assistance Society of North America
health care benefits
Employee assistance programs
Rate of return
Medical care, Cost of
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