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EAP

Abbreviation for employee assistance program.
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Unlike the early days of EAP, there now seems to be a high degree of apathy and lack of senior management engagement in selecting and supporting EA vendors.
Experts and specialists with the EAP can help ensure people know where to go for help to start the journey to get back on their feet:
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.
EAPs help employees deal with personal problems that might adversely affect their work performance, health and well-being.
Evaluating an EAP is important to ensure that it meets the expectations of the primary stakeholders and leads to employee satisfaction (Patton, 2008).
La Porte Regional Health System's IMPACT EAP program provides companies with a full range of EAP services, including comprehensive clinical assessments, solution-focused interventions, referral services, educational workshops, Intrinsic Coaching[TM], and follow up services.
Department of Health and Human Services, the assistant secretary said we needed to develop a cost-benefit methodology and study to show that its EAP was cost-effective.
is providing training programs and other resources to help building owners develop plans and train personnel to comply with the Emergency Action Plan (EAP) requirements implemented by the New York City Fire Department in April of 2006.
These circumstances underscored the core competencies of an employee assistance program (EAP)--crisis services, employee support and an independent phone system--to get businesses back on their feet.