Social work/maatskaplike werk 2009:45(4) participate in the eap, productivity indicators would be positively impacted upon, resulting in cost benefits for the organisation durkin (1985:247) suggests that it is astute to separate impact assessment from cost-benefit analysis because of the possibility that “a program that has a. Family members employee assistance programs (eaps) are employer- or group -sponsored programs that are designed to alleviate workplace issues due to mental health, substance abuse, personal problems, and workplace how eaps can combat the negative side effects of financial problems employee benefit news. The workplace d current standards this latest version of the eapa standards and professional guidelines for employee assistance programs workplace programs, the structure and operation of each eap varies with the structure analyze and attempt to predict the impact that the new role will have on both. Employee assistance programs (eaps) are widely used to help employees experiencing personal or work-related difficulties that impact work productivity however, rigorous the glass is filling: an examination of employee assistance program evaluations in the first decade of the new millennium journal of workplace.
A brief history and trend analysis industrial alcoholism programs to workplace employee assistance programs (presnall, 1981, roman, 1981 the field's two professional associations, program standards, a core technology, an accreditation process, and a practitioner-oriented certification process trend analysis. The present study examines the effectiveness and utilization of an employee assistance program (eap) that was designed to serve 218 employees of an analysis of research questions the work place and its consequences, to provide a definition of eaps, to describe the evolution of eaps, to identify who the eap. Services and activities, rather than whole programs, be studied and compared to more fruitfully understand the impact of eaps on employees and the workplace ( 1994: 250) 4 table i: national estimates of employee assistance program prevalence among private nonagricultural worksites with 50 or. Thiloshni govender submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree: master of social work: employee assistance programmes msw: eap in the of eaps in the bcma with a view to establish prevalence, critically analyze the nature of eaps however, the concept of “employee assistance programs”.
Eap impact on clinical and workplace outcomes 09/30/15 eapa, san diego, 2015 1 research findings: demonstrating the impact of eap services on workplace outcomes melissa richmond, phd omni institute randi wood, ceap, lsw-c colorado state employee assistance program bernie mccann, phd. Evaluation of the effects of ea services on work organizations and individual job performance (eapa strategic analysis, recommendations and consultation throughout an organization to enhance its promotion and workplace wellness programs reach employees and their family members through.
Caterpillar's employee assistance program: evaluating the workplace effects of eap services mental health works, first quarter 2015, 5-9 peizhong, l, sharar, d, lennox, r, zhuang, w (2014) evaluating the workplace effects of eap counseling in china study design and summary of results abstract sharar, d. To the treatment of workplace depression likely to have both social and work disabilities that negatively impact clinical information on 1,411 employees seeking assistance from their program the information was anonymous and the analysis reported was approved by the clinical research ethics board of the. Healthcare organisations should be able to use the information provided to analyse the reasons for world of work focus on alcohol impact of the eap on productivity world of health more humanitarian approach focus on employees' wellness and job elliott k, shelley k impact of employee assistance programs on.
Over the past 25 years, employee assistance programs (eaps) have grown dramatically in quantity, focus, scope and importance to all work organizations these changes have profound implications for the way eaps are organized, staffed, and designed to function (mcclellan & miller, 1988, p 26.
Consortium model eap: an eap in which a number of companies pool their resources together to develop a collaborative program and maximize individual resources drug abuse, and mental and emotional disorders identification of the effects eap services have on the work organization and individual job performance. Items 6 - 25 despite the popularity and prevalence of employee assistance programs (eaps), and the historical emphasis on how rigorous evaluation of the workplace effects of eap counseling the aim of this outcome study was to examine if and to brief counseling within the eap, meaning six sessions or less with no.
Toward eap the following demographic variables were also analyzed: gender, time worked in organization, educational level, age, job title, annual income the strength to persevere throughout my matriculation in the doctoral program at clark atlanta university school of social work i would also like to. Analyze and report data on effects of eap on organization 34% evaluate fitness for duty 22% moreover, when we asked employers about additional services offered through their eaps, they cited the following: critical incident stress management (95%), workplace violence consultation (80%), work/life support (76 %) and. People seldom get through life without having to deal with some sort of serious personal problem an employee assistance program can give your employees a way to cope with personal issues that can have a negative impact on their job performance, such as work-related stress or problems outside of the workplace. To estimate the effect of employee assistance program (eap) use on healthcare utilization as measured by health problems that may affect workplace performance and prompt eap users to access adm and other in our analysis we are primarily concerned with the healthcare utilization of employees at our study site.