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Cost-Effectiveness & Preventive Implications of Employee Assistance Programs
Terry C. Blum & Paul M. Roman. Employee Assistance Programs (EAP) are worksite-based programs designed to help identify & facilitate the resolution of behavioral, health, & productivity problems that may adversely affect employees’ well-being or job performance. Many cost-effectiveness studies indicate the value of EAP in dealing with alcohol & other drug (AOD) problems. This report reviews a wide range of these studies & presents data about EAP use for AOD-related problems. Includes an overview of EAP, & examines EAP & prevention, cost-effectiveness studies, long-term support & follow-up, supervisory training & impact, & findings on early intervention & prevention in EAP. References.
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