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An employers approach to incompany policy and training needs forhandling substance abuse is outlined. This is supported by detailedchecklists on warning signs that employees may have personal problemsand six steps that are recommended as a procedure for any necessaryintervention by managers or...
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The problems for employers that are associated with alcoholism anddrug abuse, their legal liabilities, the need for a substance abusepolicy, and how employers should treat addiction problems are defined.Individual cases are discussed to clarify when alcoholism becomesmisconduct and the employers...
The US origination of employee assistance programmes is describedand then their essential features and a systemic framework andguidelines appropriate to UK adoption are set out.
The case for the employers right to test for substance abuse isset out. Abuse is an everpresent and expensive problem, and screeningshould be seen as comparable to medical assessments for suitability ofemployment in particular categories of work or hazardous environments.Prevention of abuse...
The most burning controversy in the treatment of alcoholism is thatof abstinence or controlled drinking as the longterm aim for patients.The article rehearses the arguments for both sides before discussing theefficacy of intensive treatment research does not showresidential treatment to be...
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