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Maximizing the Utility of Employee Assistance Programs
Wednesday, June 18, 2014
2:00 PM – 3:00 PM EST
To employers, the value proposition of an employee assistance program (EAP) is based on the understanding that employees with unresolved mental health and emotional well-being concerns often have troubles in their professional and personal lives that ultimately impact a company's bottom line.
New research by CuraLinc Healthcare, a leading provider of employee assistance programs, suggests that EAP models with the proper construct and focus can facilitate meaningful and lasting behavior change that leads to a decrease in absenteeism and an increase in productivity. The study, “Outcomes and Impact: Maximizing the Utility of Employee Assistance Programs,” also shows that an EAP has the ability to improve the health of employees who present with depression and alcohol abuse.
Using a proprietary assessment and follow-up process to measure baselines and outcomes from EAP participants, the CuraLinc study uncovered a number of outstanding results that would be explored in the session.
Dates and Times
Sean Fogarty, President, CuralLinc
John Kamilis, Vice President, CuraLinc
Ann Morton, Vice President of Client Services, CuraLinc