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How an EAP Can Help Reduce Sick Leave

It’s a fact: Healthy employees are more productive, have fewer absences, and are more engaged overall, which can result in a positive impact on your company’s bottom line. However, according to a recent poll conducted by NPR, the Robert Wood Foundation, the Harvard Opinion Research Program, and the Harvard T.H. Chan School of Public Health, […]

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Depression in the Workplace: How EAPs Help

It wasn’t long ago that the world was shaken by the tragic suicide of award-winning actor Robin Williams. Many people outwardly questioned how someone so gifted and funny could take their own life. At the same time, it served as a sobering reminder that depression is a serious condition and exists all around us. According […]

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Six Steps for Success for New Managers

As 2017 kicks off and your organization evolves you may have some new leaders on board. Depending on their personality, this can be either a daunting request or an exciting prospect. Managing people can be a very rewarding and valuable skill to add to a resume, but it can also be overwhelming; especially if they […]

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Working With Difficult Employees

There will always be difficult employees. They aren’t difficult on purpose, because, clearly, if they realized how their behavior was jeopardizing their future, they wouldn’t behave in dysfunctional ways. F. John Reh writes in his online piece Dealing With Difficult Employees That difficult employees “are that way simply because it is a behavior that has worked for […]

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