Employee Assistance Program Sample Clauses

Employee Assistance Program. A. The State recognizes that alcohol, drug abuse, and stress may adversely affect job performance and are treatable conditions. As a means of correcting job performance problems, the State may offer referral to treatment for alcohol, drug and stress related problems such as marital, family, emotional, financial, medical, legal or other personal problems. The intent of this Section is to assist an employee's voluntary efforts to treat alcoholism or a drug-related or stress-related problem so as to retain or recover his/her value as an employee.
Employee Assistance Program. Neither the fact of an employee's participation in an employee assistance program, nor information generated by participation in the program, shall be used as a reason for discipline under this Policy, except for information relating to an employee's failure to participate in an employee assistance program consistent with the terms to which the employee and the University have agreed.
Employee Assistance Program a. The County will make an employee assistance program (EAP) available to each eligible employee. The EAP will provide personal counseling for employees and/or their dependents. The counseling is intended to assist employees and eligible dependents who are experiencing personal problems such as family/marital problems, personal/emotional problems, substance abuse problems, and work-related problems.
Employee Assistance Program. 32.1 The Employer agrees to provide all bargaining unit employees and family members access to a confidential employee assistance program selected and paid for by the Employer.
Employee Assistance Program. Neither the fact of a faculty member’s participation in an employee assistance program nor information generated by participation in the program, shall be used as evidence of a performance deficiency within the evaluation process described in this Article, except for information relating to a faculty member’s failure to participate in an employee assistance program consistent with the terms to which the faculty member and the University Administration have agreed.
Employee Assistance Program. The Employer will continue to offer an Employer supported Employee Assistance Program for all employees covered by this Agreement. Employees can request, and Employer will consider, adjustments in schedule to allow access to the services of the Employee Assistance Program. The Employee Assistance Program will protect the confidentiality of those employees using their services.
Employee Assistance Program. The Union and the Employer recognize that problems not directly associated with the employee's job function can affect an employee's job performance. The Union and the Employer believe it is in the interest of the employee, his/her family, and the Employer to provide a voluntary employee assistance program which offers confidential, professional help to employees and their dependents to resolve such problems. To that end, both parties hereby endorse and support the State of Minnesota's Employee Assistance Program, as established and operated by Minnesota Management & Budget. A referral to EAP shall not be referenced on a performance appraisal or evaluation. The Employer and the Union agree to form a Joint Labor/Management Committee on Employee Assistance. The Committee will be composed of an equal number of representatives for the Union and the Employer. The Committee shall be chaired by the Director of the Employee Assistance Program. The Committee shall review the state EAP program, EAP provider networks, and EAP training programs for employees and supervisors. The Employer may, with the approval of the Union, add to the Committee additional employees from other exclusive representatives.
Employee Assistance Program. In our industry, people encounter a wide range of problems not necessarily associated with job functioning, but which can have a serious effect on family, friends, health and ultimately their ability to maintain good work performance. Air Canada and Unifor Local 2002 recognize that many human problems can be successfully treated provided they are identified in their early stages, and referral is made to an appropriate professional resource. This is true whether the problem is one of alcoholism, drug dependency or other medical/social problems. The Employee Assistance Program has been developed to ensure a better understanding of policy and guidelines for assisting employees who are experiencing problems which may affect their health, their relationship with others, or their job performance. All employees have the right to participate in the Employee Assistance Program without fear of job recrimination and regardless of their status. The decision to accept or reject assistance is the responsibility of the individual and no employee will be compelled to participate. It will be the responsibility of the Unifor Local 2002 Employee Assistance Program Coordinator to ensure that the needs of all District Chairs or their designate are met in the areas of program promotion and training. All elected / appointed District Chairs or their designate will be required to attend "Recognizing a Troubled Employee and Referral Guidelines Workshop".
Employee Assistance Program. 47.01 The Employer agrees to attempt to rehabilitate employees who are first time drug or alcohol abusers, if reasonably practical. Employees will not normally be disciplined or discharged without first being offered the opportunity of receiving treatment for such abuse. If the employee fails to properly and fully participate in and complete a treatment program approved by the Employer or after the completion of such program, the employee is still abusing or resumes abusing such substances the employee shall be disciplined or discharged.