Integration Insights Column #4: EAP Integration at Carpenter Technology Corp.
AbstractThis article describes the evolution of the EAP at Carpenter Technology Corporation over more than four decades. It began as an internal program that embraced the core technology of the EAP field and eventually expanded its role to become deeply integrated within the company and its many other programs and benefit providers. This column was written collaboratively with Gregory P. DeLapp, the program’s director for over 30 years. Greg served as president of EAPA from 1998 to 2000.
Table of Contents1) The Company. 2) The 1970s - Internal Model. 3) The 1980s - Internal EAP with "Broad Brush" Model. 4) The 1990s - Hybrid EAP Model. 5) 2015 - External Vendor Model. 7) Opportunities for Integration through Relationship Building. 8)Personal Reflection from Greg DeLapp
DescriptionFourth article in the Integration Insights column for JEA.
CitationAttridge, M. (2015). Integration Insights Column #4: EAP Integration at Carpenter Technology Corp. Journal of Employee Assistance, 45(4), 6-7.
employer case study
internal EAP programs
external EAP vendors
Employee assistance programs
Carpenter Technology Corporation