Research Paper On Employee Assistance Programs

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  • Programs for Employee Assistance

    In eight pages this research paper considers employee assistance programs or EAPs and discusses their benefits. Twelve sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • Overview of a Study on Employee Assistance Programs

    In five pages this paper considers EAPs that address employee workplace problems in a study of internal and external systems in a study that evaluates advantages and disadvantages of each system type. There are no other sources listed.

  • Student Assistant Program in a School Setting

    In thirteen pages this paper examines a school setting and explains the rationale behind and the importance of a Student Assistant Program that is modeled after the workplace Employee Assistance Program. Six sources are cited in the bibliography.

  • One Corporate Health Program for Employees

    Improving the health of employees is a valuable endeavor because the healthier they are the more productive they are. Johnson & Johnson implemented a comprehensive employee wellness program with multiple components about 20 years ago. The purpose was to help employees know their health risks and how to prevent illnesses. This paper explains the program and the challenges J&J faces. There are four sources used in this nine page paper.

  • Ethical Case Study; Is It Ethical for an Employee to Use Work Time for a Personal Projects?

    This 9 page paper discusses the ethics concerning an IT professional who has used the slack time at work to write a program for personal use. The program is to identify undervalued stocks on the stock market so that the employee can purchase them. The employee has made personal gains. The paper looks at the situation from a range of ethical perspectives including consequentialism, deontological theories and principilism to determine whether the employee has acted ethically or unethically. The bibliography cites 7 sources.

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