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Alcoholism and Drug Abuse in the Workplace Managing Care and Costs Through Employee Assistance Programs

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ISBN-10: 0275936767

ISBN-13: 9780275936761

Edition: 2nd 1991

Authors: Walter F. Scanlon

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Deteriorating job performance resulting from alcohol and drug dependency requires special handling and specific skills. Developing these skills and learning what to do with them are not difficult tasks. Employee assistance program professionals provide such training for key personnel. Focusing on strategic intervention designed to help employees with personal problems that interfere with job performance, Walter Scanlon describes the functions and benefits of employee assistance programs (EAPs), discusses their training and consultation objectives, and shows how EAPs effectively identify and address such problems. An important EAP goal is to reduce both the incidence of alcohol- and…    
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Book details

Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 1991
Publisher: ABC-CLIO, LLC
Publication date: 6/30/1991
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 208
Size: 6.00" wide x 9.25" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 0.748
Language: English

WALTER F. SCANLON is a Program/Workplace Consultant and Interventionist with twenty-five years' experience in behavioral healthcare services. He has taught, trained and presented nationally, and is an adjunct professor at Marymount Manhattan College and City College of New York.

The Scope and Cost of Chemical Dependency Chemical Dependency
The Person, the Definition, the History
The Employer Response to Chemical Dependency: A Historical View
The Government Response: Drug Free Workplace Legislation EAP Practice and Process Managed Health Care Versus Managed Health Costs EAP Cost Benefits and Cost Considerations Marketing the EAP: Employees Who Refer
Themselves Marketing Treatment
The Business of Recovery
The Standards and the Structure Creating a Climate for EAP Utilization Unions, Managements, and Joint Programs Testing for Drugs: A Nebulous Solution
The Corporate Culture EAPs Make Corporate Sense Legal Considerations and Implications External Employee Assistance Programs Summing It Up and Sorting It Out