Project 95 - BROADBRUSH: a manual for management, organized labor and occupational program consultants dealing with chemical dependency and other job performance problems
AbstractIn the pages which follow, Jim Wrich provides an impressive and comprehensive presentation of a new approach in identifying alcohol problems in people in the workplace earlier and how the employment setting can provide better identification. The numbers used herein are often deliberately conservative and, as such, create greater credence to what is said. The scope of the problem is dealt with expertly and the suggestions of how to develop a successful program in the employment setting are sound. Management and labor can identify with the descriptions of what happens when a supervisor, with very little training in the symptoms of the illness, tries to diagnose the problem and confronts the employee on the basis of his or her drinking.
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