Employee Counselling Today: Volume 3 Issue 4

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EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES IN EUROPE – BARRIERS AND OPPORTUNITIES

Pierre Stolz

Discusses introduction and progress of EAPs in Europe. Makes thecase for generating support from management, unions and healthprofessionals and outlines approach to doing…

EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES: MYTHS AND REALITIES

David Woollcott

Myths have been created about the value of Employee AssistanceProgrammes (EAP). An experienced practitioner examines seven: that to beindependent or confidential the EAP…

ACHIEVING EAP COMMITMENT FROM MANAGEMENT

Susan Stolz

Employee Assistance Programmes cannot function without supervisorco‐operation. Personal experiences of an EAP consultant in Australia andthe USA are drawn on to describe…

EVALUATING THE BENEFITS OF EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMMES

Vanja Orlans

Problems arise in attempting to evaluate Employee AssistanceProgrammes (EAP) in the widest sense. Terms such as“evaluation”, and “benefits” are regarded aspotentially…

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0955-8217

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1989 – 1996

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Emerald Publishing Limited