Impact of millennials on EA covered in Journal of Employee Assistance
from Employee Assistance Professionals Association
The Journal of Employee Assistance is now a 36-page magazine – and the first issue of the New Year features a look at the impact of millennials on employee assistance. In the cover story, Nancy Grunnet points out that EA professionals can help bridge the generation gap. In another article, EAP researcher Bernie McCann explains that EA professionals can offer value-added services to businesses seeking to address generational diversity in the workplace. Joel Becker, a neuropsychologist, writes that EAPs offer valuable services to employees who are experiencing cognitive and emotional decline. Marina London and Michael Klaybor present the key points they discussed in their 2016 World EAP Conference workshop on "
Starting, Selling, and Growing an EAP.
" Barb Veder talks about "
Leading EFAP Trends in Canada
." The issue provides a recap of the recent World EPA Conference and offers a list of both the 2016 EAPA Award Winners and the top 10 rated sessions. (members only benefit)
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