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EAP

Abbreviation for employee assistance program.
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Richard Bond, Manager, Workplace Services EAP, Optum; and CEAPs George Melgarejo, Reon Tesar, Peter Bunnell, and Tarsyia Waddell, presented Your Company's Threat Management Team: EAP is Key.
The third chapter is titled "Exploring the Making of Meanings," and it includes a consideration of the importance of dealing with technology as an aspect of literacy and as an element of the EAP curriculum (class wikis, online videos, etc.
At the same time, EAP professionals are working to change the perception of EAPs and the services they provide.
Understand the expectations EAPs have for their providers.
Most respondents indicated that they had formed their EAP within the past 5 years.
The IMPACT EAP program is staffed with qualified, caring and compassionate professionals with decades of experience and a wide range of expertise.
If you are an EAP provider or customer considering a clinical review, look for the following elements in a review team.
Identify the building's wardens, deputy wardens, evacuation supervisors and an EAP brigade.
Traditionally, EAPs have been viewed as a resource for employee problems such as alcoholism, depression or marital conflict.
China's compliance with its World Trade Organization (WTO) obligations, its transition to a market economy and its emerging economic influence are economic developments that EAP will monitor closely.
Employer educational reimbursements disallowed as a reimbursement under a qualified EAP may still be excluded from an employee's income under Sec.
Increasingly, workers may expect an EAP as part of a competitive benefit package.