`Three-pronged strategy needed to tackle stress.'

Evans, Jill
January 1995
People Management;01/26/95, Vol. 1 Issue 2, p19
Focuses on employers' strategy for white-collar stress in Great Britain. Reasons why employers should take action on stress; Research about the use of employee assistance programs (EAP); Cost of EAP per employee per year.


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