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EAP

Abbreviation for employee assistance program.
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CALL FOR CASE STUDIES: I would like to briefly profile EAP programs or vendors that are doing a good job of partnering with a client organization and other programs in innovative ways.
According the Mitchell Best, CEO of Physician Wellness Services, doctors and nurses need a specialized set of EAP services to perform their duties effectively in today's clinics and hospitals.
Evaluating an EAP is important to ensure that it meets the expectations of the primary stakeholders and leads to employee satisfaction (Patton, 2008).
Masi, PhD, is a Professor Emeritus in the School of Social Work at the University of Maryland and the President/CEO of Masi Research Consultants, which has been providing clinical reviews for EAP customers since the mid-1980s.
EAP would like to expand programs for a small group of EAP countries, including Cambodia, in the future.
Although some of these amounts might also qualify as a deductible/tax-free WCFB, the qualified EAP rules apply first.
One of the things happening out there now is clients are asking for more information," says Mary Pigatti, director of product management with Ceridian Performance Partners, a major workplace effectiveness service with 6,300 EAP clients that is headquartered in Minneapolis.
Our results strongly suggest that the EAP is able to identify behavioral and other health problems that may affect workplace performance and prompt EAP users to access ADM and other healthcare.
Provide legal/financial counseling: In the past few years, this area of EAP services has seen a significant increase in utilization.
Global Security Group's experts in emergency preparedness planning offer turnkey EAP services to clients, forming building plan, training staff and conducting required EAP drills that are mandated by LL 26.
These parts summarize EAP history and philosophy, structure, client characteristics, program planning, professional training, special issues, selected examples, and future directions.
Elizabeth Hospital in Lafayette, says its director of EAP, Bill Madden.