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Title Author Type Date Words
EAPA reviews ACA exceptions. Brief article Apr 1, 2014 164
Top 10 newsbriefs. Brief article Apr 1, 2014 134
Innovative program takes offbeat approach to grim issue. Spencer-Thomas, Sally; Hindman, Jarrod; Conrad, Joe Apr 1, 2014 1857
Suicide prevention: addressing suicide risk in a University setting. Wozniak-Rebhuhn, Carol; Ramirez, Marizen Apr 1, 2014 1032
Mergers & acquisitions Part II: two perspectives on M & A. Granberry, Stanford W.; Bozzelli, Richard L.; Burke, John Apr 1, 2014 2018
EAP response to suicide in Japan. Ichikawa, Kaoru; Nishikawa, Ayumi Apr 1, 2014 1681
Coping with suicide in the workplace. Harris, Jeffrey Apr 1, 2014 1174
Economy, other issues drive modification of benefits packages. Daks, Martin Feb 1, 2014 859
Establishing a corporate dependent care assistance program. Ellentuck, Albert B. Jan 1, 2014 1475
The evolving role of EAP in addiction treatment. McNaught, Brad Jan 1, 2014 2339
How employee assistance programs can build a 'culture of health': EAPs can build and sustain a healthier, happier, more engaged workforce. Jones, Edward R.; Paul, Richard F. Sep 1, 2011 1549
Program helps unions, Aboriginal workers. Grebinski, Leisha Nov 1, 2010 516
Not the only game in town. Robinson, John M. Oct 1, 2010 856
Social media: how many should you use? London, Marina Apr 1, 2010 984
Inquiries to HR Service Center triple. Mar 1, 2010 334
Putting a vocational focus back into rehabilitation. Murphy, Gregory C. Report Sep 22, 2009 4270
Office of Casualty Assistance--the small office with a big heart. Thomas, D.G., Harry K. May 1, 2009 565
Strengths on the Factory Floor; Does the strengths approach work with manufacturing employees? Absolutely, says one shift supervisor, and his crew's results prove it. Brim, Brian; Simon, Tim Mar 10, 2009 1315
Advocating for a positive workplace: EAPs can play a leadership role in helping employers promote employee well-being and identify and enhance workers' existing strengths. Taranowski, Chet Jan 1, 2009 2273
Using Web 2.0 to benefit EA professionals: savvy employee assistance professionals will find that using Web 2.0 concepts and technologies can enhance their practice. London, Marina Jan 1, 2009 1896
Providing training for EAP affiliates: continuous training of network affiliates is critical to ensuring that both clients and providers develop manageable expectations about service delivery. Hertz, Paula Gomez Jan 1, 2009 1486
Responding to the economic crisis: the EAP for a Wall Street firm on the front lines of the market meltdown is tailoring its response to meet the needs of different groups of workers. Pitzer, Dan Jan 1, 2009 1042
Peter Honey: Peter Honey explains why focussing on strengths is so much more productive than trying to tackle weaknesses. Honey, Peter Nov 1, 2008 742
Challenges facing external EAPs: advances in communications technology have made it possible for external EAPs to deliver supervisory training that costs little but makes a big impact with employers. Bevington, Lisa Newman Jul 1, 2006 1953
Normalizing supervisory EAP training: developing a certification program to educate supervisors about the EAP helped boost referrals at a Texas medical center and increased demand for consultations as well. Tiner, Patrick Jul 1, 2006 1493
Non-English speaking countries: adjusting to cultural differences. Buon, Tony Jul 1, 2006 922
Pregnancy doesn't protect against depression relapse. Brief article May 1, 2006 234
We have a responsibility. Maynard, John May 1, 2006 754
The key role of EAPs after a crisis. Jeffery, Vern May 1, 2006 657
Embracing trauma response from the EAP perspective. Brennan, Kristine N. May 1, 2006 1206
New initiatives in the EAP field: employee assistance professionals can take advantage of new collaborative and educational opportunities. Masi, Dale Apr 1, 2006 1179
Tying EAPs to the big picture: EAP providers must communicate to key decision-makers the message that their programs can help further the overarching goals of the organization, not just those of individual workers or departments. Phillips, Rod Jan 1, 2006 1460
Selling EAPs to small businesses: EAP providers that take time to understand the challenges facing small businesses and position their services as solutions can break new ground in a market segment that lacks resources to address human capital issues. Holloway, Fred Jan 1, 2006 1850
Germany: a difficult market for EAPs. Barth, Juliane Jan 1, 2006 777
Treating the whole elephant: a holistic approach to reducing workers compensation costs. Shafer, Rebecca A. Cover Story Nov 1, 2005 4181
How to implement a successful drug testing program. Cholakis, Peter Nov 1, 2005 2179
An animated workplace, day or night. Kleven, Colleen Oct 1, 2005 670
Improving the return-to-work process: a strong collaboration between EA professionals and occupational health physicians can result in more accurate evaluations of sick and injured workers, better medical outcomes, and fewer repeat injuries or illnesses. Kovalesky, Bob Oct 1, 2005 1342
Assisting employees in dangerous locations: providing onsite EA services to workers deployed to dangerous locations will improve their chances of completing their tours of duty and make them more likely to use the EAP when they return home. Hammonds, Evangelina B. Oct 1, 2005 1583
The root cause. Maynard, John Oct 1, 2005 860
Ontario health premium: who pays? Chiappetta, Victoria R. Jan 1, 2005 381
Bright ideas--improve communications. Brief Article Apr 1, 2004 226
The relationship between rates and services. Bradman, Leo H. Apr 1, 2004 582
The key to high performance: EAPs can and must change the dialogue from how they can reduce behavioral health claims to how they can deliver value as a tool to maintain and improve the performance of the workforce. Kraft, Howard T. Cover Story Apr 1, 2004 1959
EAPs in the world of work: employers increasingly view workers as an asset to be enhanced rather than a cost to be controlled. Understanding this trend can help EA professionals focus their knowledge of human behavior on performance and productivity. Blair, Brenda Cover Story Apr 1, 2004 1956
Best practice for the individual client. Brennan, Kristine N. Jan 1, 2004 970
Fitness-for-duty and risk assessments: employers and EAPs can help ensure the effectiveness of fitness-for-duty and risk evaluations by carefully selecting the examining doctor and providing him or her with well-written referral questions. Fisher, David Aug 1, 2003 1709
Reducing the risk of workplace violence: by developing an anger management program, an EAP helped its organizational client prevent future incidents of workplace violence and heal the emotional scars of previous incidents. Phelps, Susan Aug 1, 2003 1913
Discerning the value of emotional intelligence: EA professionals must decide whether emotional intelligence services will benefit both their organizational clients and their own programs. Montagnino-Gemza, Norma Aug 1, 2003 1985
Disability management programs and EAPs: although they may not work together or even know each other, disability management and EA professionals share a common goal of reducing worker absences. Lui, John Jun 1, 2003 1353
Using evidence-based workplace training: research on substance abuse prevention has led to new training programs that can help revitalize EAPs and lead to a new focus within the EAP Core Technology. Bennett, Joel B. Jun 1, 2003 1637
New initiative launched to improve access to alcohol treatment. Jun 1, 2003 342
The times they are a-changin'. Maynard, John Editorial Apr 1, 2003 625
Coping with military deployments: the war in Iraq and the rebuilding effort have challenged work organizations in unexpected ways, requiring EAPs to be sensitive to employers' needs and employees' emotions and circumstances. Lafferty, Dan Apr 1, 2003 971
Building partnerships in the workplace: by developing relationships with other business functions, EAPs can leverage their strengths to benefit employers, employees, and themselves. Stolz, Susan Apr 1, 2003 1771
Serving a strategic role: an organization design consultant argues that EAPs should report to the executive in human resources to better serve workers and businesses. McGee, Craig Apr 1, 2003 423
Fatigue management: a literature review. Leutzinger, Joseph A. Apr 1, 2003 5580
The kindest gift of all. Christie, Jeffrey P. Apr 1, 2003 1058
The journey to strengthen our profession. Beidel, Bernard E. Apr 1, 2003 1005
Critical Incident Strees Management Program: Responding to the Needs of Correctional Staff in Pennsylvania. Fix, Charles Oct 1, 2001 2215
Joint Employee Assistance Programs. Huguley, Mark Nov 1, 2000 1561
Problem solvers. Carmine, Leonard Nov 1, 1998 902
Human resources evolution. DeCicco, Anne L. Mar 1, 1992 4118
The new trend in life cycle benefits. Lewis, Deborah J. Cover Story Dec 1, 1991 3235
Helping members keep drug-free offices. May 1, 1991 394
An eye on EAPs. Pope, Tom Oct 1, 1990 1848
Comprehensive screening ensures drug test accuracy. Giles, Albert L.; Post, Gregory R. Sep 1, 1989 1735
The war in the workplace. Sessions, William S. Aug 1, 1989 1338

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