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Articles from The Journal of Employee Assistance (September 1, 2004)

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Title Author Type Words
A best practice perspective on managing poor performers. Brennan, Kristine N. 957
Behavioral risk: a systemic approach: understanding that behavioral risks are interconnected can help EAPs better address challenges to human assets and convince employers of their value to work organizations. Johnson, Robert B. 2088
Brochure helps employers deal with addicted workers. Brief Article 303
Cigarette smoking cuts 10 years off average lifespan. Brief Article 259
Coaching the problem executive: providing one-on-one assistance to a poorly performing executive can improve the performance not only of the individual but of the entire work organization. Bratton, Susan Q. 1473
Correction. Correction Notice 117
EAPA trying to ensure EAPs dont't run afoul of new health savings accounts. 580
Easing post-deployment reunions: EA professionals can play critical roles in helping supervisors, co-workers, and family members adjust to a deployed person's return from duty. deLong, Paula Thomas 1478
Eight challenges facing the workplace: the aging of the workforce and a trend toward shifting healthcare costs to employees may drive increases in some health conditions, but could lead employers to hold insurance carriers more accountable. Leopold, Ronald S. 2155
Health premium increases slow, but still outpace rise in inflation rate. Brief Article 195
Identity theft: implications for EAPs: EA professionals can educate employees to avoid becoming victims of identity theft and serve as resources in the event they fall prey to it. Maples, Susan 1896
Issue brief touts success of follow-up with drinkers. 318
Latino/Hispanic workers and alcohol abuse: the influx of Latinos and Hispanics into the Southeastern United States is posing new challenges for employers and EA professionals alike. Maas, Carl 1333
Longer maternity leave may cut number, frequency of depressive episodes. Brief Article 292
MSDs and the workplace: EA professionals can work with ergonomists to identify jobs and workstations that place employees at risk for musculoskeletal disorders. Landis, Julie 1935
Promoting employee resiliency: EA professionals can support safety, accountability, commitment, and community within work organizations and thereby promote employee resiliency. Christie, Jeffrey P. 1012
Simplifying the firing process: making better and more frequent use of EAPs and streamlining the process for terminating poor performers would help make the federal government more efficient and effective. Wiley, William B. 2711
The common denominator in our efforts. Hartley, Maria 612
U.S. government proposes new options for drug tests. Brief Article 219
Unique and different from mental health. Cohen, Mark Letter to the Editor 343
Using recovery agreements: although some EA professionals oppose requiring an employee to use an EAP, agreements to this effect can provide a structured opportunity to improve a worker's performance. Cagney, Tamara 2084
We have the skills, they have the need! Maynard, John 669
Women as likely as men to want to run corporations. Brief Article 289

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