Employers recognise value of counselling

Whitfield, Martin
December 1995
People Management;12/21/95, Vol. 1 Issue 25, p6
Reports that Employment Service follows the private sector's lead on external employee assistance programmes (EAP). Total number of the employees now covered by EAP; Scheme introduced after an increase in absenteeism caused concern; Major reason for the growth of confidential services.


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