Employee Counselling Today: Volume 5 Issue 3

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THE BRITISH AIRWAYS EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAMME: A COMMUNITY RESPONSE TO A COMPANY’S PROBLEMS

K.G. Smith, A.D. McKee

Employee assistance programmes have developed since the early1940s, particularly in North America, and are now part of many UKcompanies′ benefits packages for their staff…

THE MENTOR AS COUNSELLOR

Susan Bloch

Reviews mentoring and its use for day‐to‐day issues inorganizations. Goes on to show the basis of mentoring programmes and therole to be played in work‐related issues…

THE USE OF PSYCHOMETRIC TESTS IN COUNSELLING AND STRESS MANAGEMENT: AN OVERVIEW

Wendy Lord

Sets out the various categories of psychometric assessment toolsand explores how they might be used by the employment counsellor.

COUNSELLING EMPLOYEE GUILT: A CORPORATE NECESSITY

Jack L. Simonetti, Nick Nykodym, Warren R. Nielsen, Janet M. Goralske

In the 1960s and 1970s working women began to increasesignificantly and by the 1980s over half of America′s wives workedoutside the home. This social revolution has placed…

SPOUSE COUNSELLING: THE CHANGE IMPOSED BY HELPING PARTNERS TO COPE WITH REDUNDANCY

Fokkina McDonnell

Considers a survey carried out by the Manchester Career CounsellingService to assess the effectiveness of present arrangements for spousecounselling after the redundancy…

ISSN:

0955-8217

Online date, start – end:

1989 – 1996

Copyright Holder:

Emerald Publishing Limited