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The use of substances have held a place in American history dating back to the 17th century: our current social context is a variation of the theme of our country’s long relationship with drugs and chemical dependence. The purpose of this article is to review the realities we face and what employers need to know so that they can make a difference.
Most organizational goals can’t be accomplished today without teamwork. The nature of today’s modern workplace is that it constantly changes and challenges groups of employees to perform as cohesive teams. See what strategies help with building effective teams in the modern workplace.
Jason C. McDaniel, VP of Employee and Student Assistance Programs at AllOne Health, presents his expertise with managing employee behavioral risk in a workplace.
Jason C. McDaniel, LCSW, CEAP, MBA, SPHR, SHRM-SCP, AllOne Health Vice President for Employee and Student Assistance Programs shares his expertise on why the EAP and HR relationship is necessary in a modern and proactive workplace.
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AllOne Health is pleased to announce its acquisition of All Points EAP & Organizational Services, LLC.
One of the most important aspects of a successful work environment is the ability to maintain successful team relationships. When an organization contains many different divisions and departments the ability to communicate and collaborate is paramount to organizational success.
If your child, or an employee’s child, is beginning college for the first time there may be countless questions: are they prepared enough, do they have everything they need, will they be able to survive on their own, and, most importantly, when should I call to check in on them? This is a challenging time for everyone involved, but with the right support families will enter this new phase with all of the tools needed to succeed.
When we run low on energy we have difficulty making decisions, we become irritable and we feel stressed, guilty and powerless. There’s an alternative to these negative feelings and behaviors.
For the years 2010-2013, there were over 45,000 accidents or incidents reported on the nation’s railroads; and, there were nearly 3,000 fatalities. Although each incident can differ widely in severity and in the number of individuals affected, this data clearly reflects the high-risk, safety sensitive nature of the railroad industry. As a result of these occurrences and the effects that witnessing or being involved in them can have on a person, the Federal Railroad Administration has passed a new regulation requiring comprehensive support for railroad workers involved in critical incidents
Motivation Factor is a program that seeks to enlighten employees, managers, and high level executives about inner motivations and how to form a cohesive organizational culture
Telecommuting, flexible work schedules…they are in high demand from employees, but how can we implement them to maximize the benefits and minimize disruption of the business?
Many children with ADHD grow up to be adults with ADHD; and, ADHD can both positively and negatively affect the way these adults function at work. While people with ADHD can be particularly creative thinkers, capable of intense “hyperfocus”, they can also be disorganized, forgetful, reactive, and distracted.
For many adolescents with ADHD, going to college represents the first time they must function effectively outside the influence of their parents, and free of the structured oversight present in most high schools. As a result, going to college can be a crisis for the student with ADHD – usually difficult, sometimes disastrous.
Resilience is our ability to handle setbacks and problems. While some people marshal through when faced with disaster such as, financial strain, natural disasters, and even the loss of a loved one, others are overwhelmed and shut down by these stressors. Although some people may be born with resiliency, it can also be learned and developed through practice. By developing personal resilience, one is able to cope, problem solve, and obtain goals.
What does it take to get you to pay attention? Varying levels of focus can be caused by several factors including, emotions, thoughts, perceptions, and body sensations. Regardless of the cause, being distracted while at work decreases overall worker productivity.
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