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Closure still proving difficult. Ding, Grace Jul 1, 2015 1003
Lessons learned from Ferguson. Liebmann, Jeannine; Bauer, Brian; Hobart, Tim Jul 1, 2015 1796
CIR services needed today more than ever. Lund, Maria Jul 1, 2015 430
Broadening the value of critical incident response. Gorter, Jeff; Frey, Jodi Jacobson; O'Brien, Sharon Jul 1, 2015 1886
The impact of secondary traumatic stress among family attorneys working with trauma-exposed clients: implications for practice and professional responsibility. Brobst, Jennifer Mar 22, 2014 18838
The impact of secondary traumatic stress among family attorneys working with trauma-exposed clients: implications for practice and professional responsibility. Brobst, Jennifer Mar 22, 2014 5201
Predictors of Collateral Learning Transfer in Continuing Vocational Training. Hinrichs, Anja-Christina Report Jan 1, 2014 332
A new beginning: reflections of an EAP consultant a decade after 9/11. Haaz, Edward J. Oct 1, 2011 1122
The emerging role of e-therapy: online services proving to be effective. Attridge, Mark Cover story Oct 1, 2011 2298
A case for EAP in the Indian workplace. Henry, Jane Oct 1, 2011 1282
Observing the DOs and DON'Ts of management consulting. Harris, Jeffrey Jul 1, 2011 1033
Helping targets & their employers effectively resolve workplace bullying. Mattice, Catherine M. Jul 1, 2011 2103
EAP involvement in fitness for duty evaluations. Fisher, David C. Jul 1, 2011 1168
Overcoming personality clashes at work. Jul 1, 2011 337
Conducting an EAP evaluation using the workplace outcome suite: the WOS was created largely as a way to improve the empirical basis of claims that an EA Professional might make about EAP to an employer ... here's how to use it. Lennox, Richard; Sharar, David; Burke, John Oct 1, 2010 2447
Innovation in the workplace: evaluation of a pilot employee assistance program serving persons with disabilities. Anema, John C., Jr.; Sligar, Steven R. Report Oct 1, 2010 5954
Managing the return to work: employees returning to work after long layoffs or job losses can experience a wide range of emotions, and EAPs are well positioned to help supervisors manage those emotions. Pompe, John C. Jan 1, 2010 1910
Telephonic counseling: the experience in Argentina: using the telephone to deliver employee assistance services has provided an EAP in Argentina with another tool with which to assist clients. Lardani, Andrea; Lorenzo, Pilar Jan 1, 2010 2334
Positioning your EAP for the recovery. Lund, Maria Oct 1, 2009 612
Is addiction a disease? Addicts speak of a loss of control, and addiction is best viewed as such. EA professionals can help by educating alcoholics and addicts about the nature of their condition and holding them responsible for maintaining abstinence. Sandor, Richard S. Oct 1, 2009 2155
Depression: a lot bigger than you think: the absenteeism- and presenteeism-related costs of depression outweigh the medical and pharmaceutical costs and make a strong case for EAP intervention against this condition. Parry, Thomas; Molmen, William Oct 1, 2009 2368
Helping HR professionals boost resiliency skills: human resources professionals often feel isolated and stressed because of the nature of their work, making them a key audience for EAPs. Greet, Kathleen Oct 1, 2009 1690
Measuring workplace outcomes in EAPs: until EAPs can demonstrate they produce positive workplace outcomes, they will continue to lack credibility with employers and be seen as commodities. Lennox, Richard; Sharar, David; Burke, John Oct 1, 2009 1485
Social media: the EA professional's role: the increasing use of social media sites is causing headaches for workers and their employers and creating opportunities for EA professionals to prevent and resolve conflicts. McMillan, Wendy Oct 1, 2009 2554
Productivity losses from depression more costly than treatment. Oct 1, 2009 329
Moving forward in new directions. Lund, Maria Jul 1, 2009 602
The economic footprint of Indiana's Community Health Centers. Slaper, Timothy F.; Thompson, Michael F. Report Jun 22, 2009 1922
Recovering from workplace traumatic events: by taking steps to build resiliency and demonstrating support for mental health and wellness initiatives, organizational leaders and EA professionals can set the stage for a more successful recovery from a traumatic event. Burton, Pat; Gorter, Jeff; Paul, Rich Apr 1, 2009 1382
Navigating the winds of uncertainty: with the economic situation threatening the emotional well-being of workers and their families, EAPs must take steps to help build inner resilience and improve workplace productivity. Westbay, R. Michael; Sarfaty, Gabrielle F. Apr 1, 2009 1380
Sex and love addiction on the Internet: employers and EA professionals need to see minor sexual and relationship problems as probably indicative of larger issues and provide a healthy and supportive environment for assessment, referral and treatment. Griffin-Shelley, Eric Apr 1, 2009 1620
The courage to change the things we can. Lund, Maria Apr 1, 2009 643
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
How to manage in times of grief: a study of the recent tragedy at the co-op shows need for quick action. Henderson, Lance Sep 1, 2008 1258
Mind, body, and employee assistance. Lund, Maria Survey Jul 1, 2008 610
Developing a trauma-informed EAP assessment: by including trauma-informed questions in assessments, EA professionals can make better referrals and increase the likelihood of treatment success. Polyot, Susan Jul 1, 2008 1661
Divorce, presenteeism, and mediation: divorces and other family disputes can prevent employees from giving full attention to their jobs. EAPs can help workers reduce the cost and stress of these conflicts by encouraging the use of mediation. Margulies, Sam Jul 1, 2008 2227
Reducing burnout among hospital professionals: EAPs can help identify and alleviate the factors that cause burnout and improve the health and performance of hospital staff. Akgun, Seval; Al-Assaf, A.F.; Bakan, Coskun Jul 1, 2008 2567
Preventing or reducing common health problems: an EAP can provide front-end value within integrated health plans by introducing clients to services for physical and mental issues. Derr, W. Dennis Jul 1, 2008 1700
Directory helps EAPs find treatment programs. Brief article Jul 1, 2008 223
Our mission and business should drive technology. Lund, Maria Column Apr 1, 2008 581
Preparing for the challenges of research: while nearly all employee assistance professionals agree on the need for more research, proving the business value of EAPs will pose fundamental challenges for our industry. Pompe, John C.; Sharar, David Apr 1, 2008 2328
Working with Hispanic clients: employee assistance professionals must understand cultural and racial differences when helping Hispanic workers, but the biggest challenge may be earning their trust and getting them to use the EAP in the first place. Esquillin, Paul Apr 1, 2008 1373
The lessons of 'free' EAPs: free and low-cost EAPs are symptoms of predictable business changes taking place within the employee assistance profession. Burke, John Apr 1, 2008 1764
Bridging the digital divide: older workers know the business; younger workers know the technology. EAPs can help employers bring the two together to share technological expertise and critical business knowledge. Salkowitz, Rob Apr 1, 2008 2166
Using technology in mass disasters: technology offers EAPs the opportunity to provide employer and employee clients with more service options during mass disasters and do so faster, cheaper, and more efficiently. VandePol, Bob; Gilmore, Betty Apr 1, 2008 2070
Martyn Sloman: don't believe the hype about off-the-job training courses, contends Martyn Sloman, they're not the answer to every skills question. Sloman, Martyn Mar 1, 2008 757
Four generations, one workforce. Lund, Maria Jan 1, 2008 578
Helping employees return to work: a partnership between an EAP and a disability and leave claims administrator is helping one employer improve return-to-work rates and keeping more returning employees from taking leave again. Jacobs, Deborah Jan 1, 2008 1732
European purchasers' attitudes toward EAPs: EAPs in some European nations may be providing more than their customers want rather than emphasizing core services that are still in demand. Nowlan, Kate Jan 1, 2008 1459
Reviewing EAPs' clinical outcomes: this rarely performed process can lead to better service delivery. Masi, Dale A. Oct 1, 2007 688
Changing sex at work: an employee who is changing his or her sex faces a host of issues, as do the employer and other employees. EAPs can help all parties work together to ensure a smooth process with minimal performance disruption. Wyss, Pamela A. Jul 1, 2007 2086
Using EAPs at small businesses: a survey of workers at four small companies shows that employers can have a positive effect on the likelihood of workers using EAP services. Siemer, Kris J.; Dalla, Rochelle L. Survey Jul 1, 2007 2372
Staying on the employer spreadsheet. Hartley, Maria Apr 1, 2007 604
Helping employees with financial problems: employees whose wages are being garnished or withheld are likely to be less productive at work and could benefit from assistance from an EAP. Wilburn, Chris Apr 1, 2007 1217
EASNA update: what's happening at the Employee Assistance Society of North America. Paul, Rich Apr 1, 2007 570
Looking back, growing forward. Hartley, Maria Jan 1, 2007 615
Using public relations to communicate EAP value: successfully "pitching" articles to media outlets can help EAPs demonstrate their value and position their employer clients as a "Best Place to Work.". Epstein, Charles; Rubin, Michele S. Jan 1, 2007 1788
Demonstrating EAP value: preaching what we practice. Jorgensen, Don; Brooks, Randy Conference news Jan 1, 2007 1138
Loss in the workplace: traumatic event response. Kendall, Jim Jan 1, 2007 669
Coaching around the world: International trends and the EA opportunity. LeFave, Andrew Jan 1, 2007 1134
The new workforce demographics: helping organizations develop an engaged and committed workforce. Blair, Brenda; Ellen, Mary Jan 1, 2007 874
Effecting thought and value change: EAPs are playing an important role in encouraging greater tolerance of, and respect for, workers of Middle Eastern heritage and their family members. Rogers, Mary-Ellen Jan 1, 2007 1396
Renewing employee assistance programs: the terrorist attacks on America's workplaces provided EAPs an opportunity to prove their value and renewed employers' interest in using them to address changing needs and new challenges. Prohofsky, Jodi Aronson Jan 1, 2007 1258
Emphasizing the 'People Module': the July 2005 subway bombings in London helped reinforce the lessons of September 11, chiefly that employers need to consider the psychological impact on workers when they develop their business continuity plans. Nowlan, Kate Jan 1, 2007 1729
Highlighting the risk of compassion fatigue: compassion fatigue, largely unknown to most EAPs before September 11, is still not widely understood five years later. McNally, Vincent J. Jan 1, 2007 1559
Europe: shocked, but little impact. Barth, Juliane; Hopkins, Richard Jan 1, 2007 796
Competing on higher ground. Hartley, Maria Jan 1, 2006 643
Mid-life eating disorders and the workplace: more and more women aged 30 and older are presenting with eating disorders, and EAPs can play an important role in minimizing the impact on the workplace. Wingate, Barbara Jan 1, 2006 1692
Many workers say employers assess performance poorly. Brief Article Jan 1, 2006 210
Conflict management and the Core Technology: a troubled employee often is symptomatic of issues affecting several workers or even entire work groups. Offering conflict management services can enable EAPs to address such issues on a broader scale. Sawyer-Harmon, Cecily Oct 1, 2005 1507
Comprehensive wellness programming and EAPs: employee assistance professionals can help wellness programs by identifying employee needs, getting top-level buy-in, and helping employees and supervisors see a link between the programs and their health and work. Beuermann-King, Beverly Oct 1, 2005 1909
A "big tent" approach to wellness: bringing EAPs, safety programs, and other resources to bear on employee health can make wellness programs much more effective in managing the health risks of workers and their dependents. Karch, Robert C. Oct 1, 2005 2491
Health, wellness, and productivity: best practice requires EAP involvement. Brennan, Kristine N. Oct 1, 2005 773
Forming effective alliances with IPPs: by working closely with impaired professional programs, EAPs can help health care practitioners receive the substance abuse treatment they need, thus improving the care their patients receive. Brown, Martha E. Jul 1, 2005 2184
Alcohol prevention in the Swedish workplace - who cares? Eriksson, Mimmi; Olsson, Borje; Osberg, Johanna Jun 22, 2004 6828
Assessment in an EAP setting: by more thoroughly assessing presenting problems and linking clients with appropriate resources, EA professionals can greatly improve treatment outcomes and help demonstrate their value to work organizations. Warley, Raquel Jan 1, 2004 2445
NMS employee leasing: creative solutions for today's dynamic work force. Advertisement Dec 1, 2003 609
Boundary Management Tactics and Logics of Action: The Case of Peer-Support Providers. Bacharach, Samuel B.; Bamberger, Peter; McKinney, Valerie Statistical Data Included Dec 1, 2000 16879
Analysis of the Types of Natural Supports Utilized During Job Placement and Development. Mayhall, Camille D. Apr 1, 1997 4186
EAP/managed behavioral health care providers: how to get what you pay for. Derr, W. Dennis Jun 22, 1994 3656
Employer assisted personal financial planning. Apr 1, 1993 1875
A support mechanism for the worker with a disability. McGaughey, Martha Apr 1, 1992 6431
Pay Less addressing drug abuse. Jan 22, 1990 497

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