Employee Counselling Today: Volume 3 Issue 5

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WHEN ABUSE AFFECTS THE WORKPLACE

Janine Turner

Deals with repercussions of inappropriate responses by employersand employees to those amongst them who have experienced abuse. Usesactual case histories to illustrate how…

COUNSELLING BUSINESS START‐UPS AND OWNER‐MANAGERS OF SMALL FIRMS: A PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY: PART 1

David J. Johnson

Addresses the deficit of the generic and social psychologicalcomponents in the way Business Counselling has hitherto been considered.Utilising models developed by Egan and…

ADDICTION PROBLEMS IN THE WORKPLACE: PROGRAMMES AND STRATEGIES: AN OVERVIEW OF INITIATIVES IN GERMANY

H. Ziegler

Outlines German experience of dealing with workplace alcoholism bya preventive approach. Programmes are usually companybased, have definedaims relating to public…

THE POST OFFICE WELFARE SERVICE

P.G. Conlon

Outlines the role of the PO Welfare Service, the wide range ofcasework handled, plus involvement with pre‐retirement education andcoping with change. The Welfare Service…

PROBLEM PREGNANCY, PERSONAL PRIVACY AND PERSONNEL POLICY

Tara Kaufmann

Frequency of problem pregnancy and abortion is not alwaysrecognised – the British Pregnancy Advisory Service aims to liaiseand advise large‐scale employers of women. The…

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0955-8217

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1989 – 1996

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Emerald Publishing Limited