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This report is designed to help employers realize the strategic value of an employee assistance program and to acknowledge the contributions EAPs make in helping organizations achieve their business goals. The recommendations contained in this report will help employers identify key attributes of a highperforming employee assistance program, and if adopted, will protect their human capital investment by improving the health of all employees and dependents.Download PDF
This guide has been developed to support all employers, be they large or small for-profit companies, nonprofit organizations or government groups. It reviews the benefits of having an EAP, lists what to look for and to consider when choosing an EAP provider, cites ways to evaluate your current EAP, and discusses how to get the most out of your selected programs. It highlights the need for and offers tools for the organization or company to interact more with the EAP to get a full and robust program in return. Additionally, the appendices provide very useful resources for both the employer organization and the EAP provider and professionals—external links and websites, a sample request for proposal, a sample audit, a glossary of terms, as well as many references to the primary research and thought in the field.Download PDF
The Practice-Based Research Network published a white paper in September 2015 that is a call to action, encouraging collaboration among five stakeholder groups: work organizations, employee assistance (EA) professionals, researchers, educators of EA professionals, and funding agencies. The white paper, jointly sponsored by EAPA, EASNA, and the EA Research Foundation, was presented and discussed at EAPA’s Research Panel meeting at the World EAP Conference in San Diego on September 30.Health And The Workplace