Employee Assistance Programs
This paper discusses employee assistance programs to combat decreased productivity because of employees' alcoholism and personal problems: Purpose, funding, methods, effectiveness, socioeconomics and legal issues.
# 18682 | 2,475 words | 15 sources | 1991 |
Published on Feb 15, 2003 in Psychology (Therapies) , Business (Human Resources) , Medical and Health (Drugs)
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From the Paper:"There are myriad problems which plague both public and private organizations resulting in decreased productivity (tardiness, absenteeism, work-place substance abuse, off-site substance abuse impacting performance, an increased incidence of accidents, faulty decision making, and decreased employee morale) due to an increasing incidence of "troubled employees". ... reports that factors such as new and modified life-styles, a changed workforce, increased female participation in the workforce, changed roles among females and males within the family structure and within the work-place, new management practices, the changing nature of work, a decline in union power and membership, technological advances resulting in rapid job changes and job elimination, and increased education, ... "
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