Alcohol Problems in the Workplace

Brock, C. Peter
December 1987
Public Personnel Management;Winter87, Vol. 16 Issue 4, p345
Academic Journal
Focuses on the role of alcohol assistance programs in the evolution of employee assistance programs in the U.S. Distinction between programs dealing with alcohol-related problems and drug-related problems; Foundation of employee assistance movement; Management of people in drug and alcohol rehabilitation programs.


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