Employee assistance programs

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  • Employee Assistance Programs

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    Implementing Employee Assistance Programs Introduction When the average employee hears the words "employee assistance programs", he may immediately think of medical benefits. Another employee may think of Workers Compensation. Yet another may think of further training for possible advancement. Although all of their conceptions are true, they are not all inclusive. There are several parts to the vehicle called Employee Assistance Programs, or EAPs. Employee Assistance Programs are defined

  • Employee Assistance Programs

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    Employee Assistance Programs Introduction One of the main objectives in any organization is to have a team of employees that is able to work at their maximum best to meet the set organizational targets. For this objective to be achieved, employees of the organization should be fit enough to ensure maximum production. Organizations that appreciate that success is mainly dependent on the output of their employees place priority on the wellbeing of employees. There are various issues that may

  • Employee Assistance Program

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    Employee Assistance Program (EAP) is a program that helps employees, and their family out in their time of need. This program is free and confidential to its clients. They are there for support, and any problem that may come for an employee at anytime of being hired with the company. In addition, maybe recommendation could come from a supervisor that may see a need to send their employees. EAP may also help supervisors with troubling conflict that arise in the workplace. According to Mosley, Mosley

  • Essay On Employee Assistance Programs

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    Working with Employee Assistance Programs I was glad to read about the different settings available for the clinical mental health counselor to work within. It is always good to know several options exists, and if you do not like where you currently are working, you could always switch settings. Before reading the text, I was thinking of working in private practice, but I am now unsure if I would be willing to take risks associated with the private practice area. The responsibility of being solely

  • Employee Staffing Paper

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    Employee counseling in the workplace has gained distinction over the years and has become increasingly important with the number of incidents related to stress-related health issues ( ). Furthermore, employee assistance programs (EAP) have become so popular that more than 60% of large firms offer EAP services (Dessler, 2013). With corporations competing for success, excellence, and the increasing intricacies of work, employees now experience enormous work-life stress leading to anxiety and depression

  • Google And Management Of An Internet Search Engine

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    provides easy-to-use free service (Wikipedia). Google has developed a high standard of employee welfare policies, other than the requirement standard by the State and the Federal Government. Google also have many additional benefits to encourage employee to stay safe and healthy, such program includes free food, on-site laundry, dry cleaning, and change

  • Essay about The Duke Substance Program

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    university and hospital with some of the best graduate programs. Now, Dukes name has been moving up on prestigious lists. The university, hospitals and clinics across North Carolina, employs more than 30,000 faculty and staff. However, Duke uses The “Drug-Free Workplace Act” and the “Drug-Free Schools which, coincide with there Campus Regulation policy. Within the passed few years, Duke Substance program has achieve there goals by providing assistance to employees and students who are in jeopardy of

  • Problem #2: Healthy Work Environment. Doohickeys U Need’S

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    at a high of 50% for employees while the Industry average is only 10%. (The Case). It is clear that Doohickeys U Need is in need of implementing employee assistance programs and office improvement within the business to create a healthy work environment that the employees will feel supported and happy to be within. Solution #1: Employee Assistance Program for Mental and Emotional Health There may be many reasons Doohickeys U Need’s employees are feeling

  • The Need to Support and Assist Employees

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    our work shift. In other words, personal problems are exactly what it is, “personal”, and have no place in a work environment. In today’s new economy, organizations are realizing the importance of providing assistance to employees’ dealing with major personal problems. At times, when an employee is having a personal problem at home, it can after their work performance and can potentially disrupt the work flow of the organization. “Industrial and labor relations experts talk of a changing labor force

  • The No Show Consultant Essay

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    firm is a no show at a client installation. The employee’s manager has uncovered damaging information while searching for his missing employee. According to other clients he has arrived late or not at all to previous appointments and has an increasing problem with his temper. The manager finally locates the missing consultant by contacting his neighbor. The employee explains he is having problems due to his wife leaving him and has abused alcohol. He states that he is not an alcoholic and will get