Keyword: Employee Assistance Programs (3 results)
Employee Assistance Programs for a New Generation of Employees
The Department of Labor's Office of Disability Employment Policy (ODEP) defines Employee Assistance Programs and elaborates on the benefits of these programs for both employees and employers. The new millennium generation of workers are defined and their EAP needs are considered.
Employer Success Story: Levis Strauss and Company
This success story discusses Levi Strauss and Company's long-standing committment to workplace and community HIV/AIDS outreach to increase understanding of the issue, reduce HIV infections, and address stigma and discrimination. It includes discussion of their development of an EAP-like program specifically tailored for employees with HIV/AIDS.
Partnership for Workplace Mental Health
The Partnership for Workplace Mental Health works with employers to promote successful employer innovations in advancing mental health. The Partnership promotes the business case for investing in quality mental healthcare that includes early recognition, access to care and effective treatment. It also offers a number of publications and surveys that identify trends and highlight innovative employer strategies.