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  1. 1. “Employee Assistance Programs” Sylvia Ponce de León Z.
  2. 2. Employee Assistance Program… EAP are employee benefit programs offered by many employers, typically in conjunction with a health insurance plan. EAPs are intended to help employees deal with personal problems that might adversely impact their work performance, health, and well-being. EAPs generally include assessment, short-term counseling and referral services for employees and their household members.
  3. 3. Employee Benefits… • EAPs to help manage issues that could adversely impact their work and personal lives. • EAP counselors typically provide assessment, support, and if needed, referrals to additional resources. • These programs are becoming increasingly more common in today's worksites, and as the field grows, the responsibilities of employee assistance professionals are expanding as well.
  4. 4. Coordinating the Supply Chain… • The coordination mechanism should provide a set of rules for:  Maximizing profit.  Ensuring the fair sharing of benefits and costs among the partners in the supply chain. • The tourism supply chain is characterized by a decentralized decision-making style with a high level of resource sharing at the operational level. • Tour operators and airlines are the dominant partners in the tourism supply chain
  5. 5. EA Programs… The issues for which EAPs provide support vary, but examples include:  substance abuse  safe working environment  emotional distress  major life events, including births, accidents and deaths  health care concerns  financial or legal concerns  family/personal relationship issues  work relationship issues
  6. 6. The Reason… • This practice has been thought to raise concerns for some, who believe that the EAP may place the employer's interests above the health and well-being of the employee. • Both the employer and the employee benefit • The goal of these supervisory referrals is to help the employee retain their job and get assistance for any problems or issues that may be impacting their performance.
  7. 7. • EAPs may result in various benefits for employers, including lower medical costs, reduced turnover and absenteeism, and higher employee productivity and morale. • EAPs may also provide other services to employers, such as supervisory consultations, support to troubled work teams, training and education programs, and critical incident services. • External EAPs can provide more than just psychological counseling through the integration of a host of "work/life" resources. From the Employer View…
  8. 8. Lic. Mercy Trejo Starwood Hotel’s Experience Interview…

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