Best practices of employee assistance programs

by Standal, Laura.

Abstract (Summary)
S tandal Laura L (Writer) (Last Name) (First Name) (Middle Initial) Best Practices of Employee Assistance Programs (Title) Training and Development, Katherine Lui, May, 2005, 47 (Graduate Program) (Research Advisor) (MonthIYear) (# of Pages) American Psychological Association, 5th edition (Name of Style Manual Used in this Study) The purpose of this paper is to analyze the employee assistance programs at each four-year campus in the University of Wisconsin System. Employee assistance programs are becoming more common in all types of industries because they have shown to increase productivity. Without a productive workforce, any company stands to potentially lose a lot of money if not go out of business. Employee assistance programs are mandated in every Wisconsin government agency by Wisconsin Governor Tommy Thompson's executive order 26. The researcher will compare the employee assistance programs at each four-year campus to determine how well employee assistance programs have been implemented into the UW System. The significance of this research is to contribute to the awareness of employee assistance programs on each University of Wisconsin campus. The research will not only benefit the programs on each campus, but also provide resources for faculty, staff, and their families of each UW campus.
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School:University of Wisconsin-Eau Claire

School Location:USA - Wisconsin

Source Type:Master's Thesis

Keywords:employee assistance programs


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