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Articles from The Journal of Employee Assistance (August 1, 2003)

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Apples to apples. Bradman, Leo H. Letter to the Editor 445
Back to the future. Maynard, John 420
California employers must provide health insurance. Brief Article 304
Code of practice to address violence and stress in service occupations. Brief Article 216
Completing the business case for EAPs: research on EAP organizational services shows they save money and create opportunities to participate in management initiatives and strategic planning. Hyde, Mark 2484
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 1985
Employee Assistance: a workplace best practice. Brennan, Kristine N. 1042
Employers expected to give small pay raises in 2004. Brief Article 248
Enhancing organizational safety through stress management: participating on a corporate safety committee has enabled an EAP to help develop organizational initiatives, including a stress management program. Recupero, Christopher M. 1509
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 1709
Half of middle Americans have financial worries. Brief Article 148
Human resources risk management and EAP services: EAPS can be valuable partners in helping control and monitor organizational efforts to reduce human capital risks. Smith, Bob 1602
Many older workers may delay their retirement. Brief Article 278
Older workers' plans for retirement. Brief Article 92
Performance improvement in supervisory referrals. Watt, Janet 952
Primer describes history, services of EAPS. Brief Article 253
Race rivals prison record as employment bar. Brief Article 310
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 1913
Report available on healthy workplaces. Brief Article 209
The definition and core practices of wellness: wellness is a growing player in the integration movement, and EA professionals need to understand the principles around which it is organized. Mulvihill, Michael 2260
Tobacco deaths rising in developing countries. Brief Article 223
U.S. health improving, but diabetes worsening. Brief Article 284
Underemployment: what EA professionals need to know: as the "jobless recovery" proceeds, underemployment is becoming a fixture in the workplace, and EAPs will need to help managers and employees cope. Bloomfield, Beth 1492

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