Employee Counselling Today: Volume 4 Issue 1

Category:

Learning and Development

Table of contents

Reducing Stress in NHS Staff

Susan Michie

There is mounting evidence that working in the NHS is verystressful. To reduce the effects of stress on the health and functioningof hospital staff, counselling services…

AIDS and the Workplace: WHAT THE EMPLOYER CAN DO

Vivien Chitty

Because of fear and misinformation, disruption can occur in theworkplace if there are HIV‐positive employees. Employers need tointroduce well thought out policies and…

The Stress of Driving

Edith Gulian‐Minshull

Describes coping strategies which make it possible to counteractand prevent driver stress. Driver stress is defined by increasedaggression and alertness, a dislike of…

Counselling Business Start‐ups and Owner‐managers of Small Firms: A PSYCHOLOGICAL STUDY: PART 2

David J. Johnson

Second part of a two‐part article. This part presents a three‐stagemodel of business counselling: (1) exploring and understanding; (2)challenge and focus; (3) resourcing…

Epilepsy: THE IMPORTANCE OF INFORMATION

Maggie Heaton

Defines epilepsy as a medical condition and discusses itssignificance in the work environment; some jobs are precluded; commonbarriers and misconceptions need to be…

Ears and Eyes Video Reviews: DRUG AND ALCOHOL ABUSE

Drug and alcohol abuse are estimated to cost British industry close to £1,500 million in lost productivity annually. But despite the enormous costs in both human and…

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited