Employee Problem Prevention and Counseling: A Guide for Professionals

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Donald W. Myers
Quorum Books, 1985 - Business & Economics - 338 pages
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From recognition to treatment to prevention, this outstanding guide offers techniques and programs specifically tailored to assist the alcoholic, the gambler, the emotionally disturbed, and the maritally, legally, or financially distressed, among others. In addition, experts also show how to establish programs in retirement planning, leisure counseling, wellness, career planning, dual career counseling, and outplacement counseling. Providing realistic and practical assistance, they show precisely how to incorporate employee counseling and assistance into strategic management planning and identify potential legal and risk problems created by employees in need.

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