Employee Counselling Today: Volume 2 Issue 3

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

SUBSTANCE ABUSE: POLICY AND IN‐COMPANY TRAINING NEEDS

Penny Burrows

An employers′ approach to in‐company policy and training needs forhandling substance abuse is outlined. This is supported by detailedchecklists on warning signs that…

SUBSTANCE ABUSE AT WORK: THE LEGAL ISSUES

Gillian Howard

The problems for employers that are associated with alcoholism anddrug abuse, their legal liabilities, the need for a substance abusepolicy, and how employers should treat…

SUBSTANCE ABUSE: A SUITABLE CASE FOR TESTING

C. Roythorne

The case for the employer′s right to test for substance abuse isset out. Abuse is an ever‐present and expensive problem, and screeningshould be seen as comparable to…

TREATMENT CONTROVERSIES

Jonathan Chick

The most burning controversy in the treatment of alcoholism is thatof abstinence or controlled drinking as the long‐term aim for patients.The article rehearses the…

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES: FRAMEWORKS AND GUIDING PRINCIPLES

Mike Megranahan

The US origination of employee assistance programmes is describedand then their essential features and a systemic framework andguidelines appropriate to UK adoption are set out.

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited