Common use of Employee Assistance Program Clause in Contracts

Employee Assistance Program. Section l. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) The Employer and the Union recognize the value of counseling and assistance programs to those employees whose personal problems affect performance of their job duties and responsibilities. Therefore, the Employer agrees to continue the existing Employee Assistance Program. Section 2. Labor-Management Advisory Committee At the request of the Union, the Union and the Employer 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 will review the EAP, EAP provider networks and EAP training programs for employees and supervisors. Section 3. Confidentiality Records regarding treatment and participation in the Employee Assistance Program shall be confidential and retained by the Employee Assistance Program. In cases where the employee and the Employer have entered into a voluntary Employee Assistance Program Participation Agreement in which the Employer agrees to defer discipline as a result of employee participation in the Employee Assistance Program treatment program, the employee shall be required to waive confidentiality by signing appropriate releases of information to the extent required to enable the Employee Assistance Program to provide the Employer with reports regarding compliance or non-compliance. In cases of supervisor referral to the Employee Assistance Program, records shall be released to the Employer solely in reference to the ability of the employee to perform the job safely and effectively and or whether the employees need to participate in the program. In addition, the Employer shall be informed of the employee's compliance or non- compliance in the Employee Assistance Program.

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Samples: pilot.dbm.maryland.gov, dbm.maryland.gov, dbm.maryland.gov

Employee Assistance Program. Section l. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) The Employer and the Union recognize the value of counseling and assistance programs to those employees whose personal problems affect performance of their job duties and responsibilities. Therefore, the Employer agrees to continue the existing Employee Assistance Program. Section 2. Labor-Management Advisory Committee At the request of the Union, the Union and the Employer agree to form a joint labor- 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 will review the EAP, EAP provider networks and EAP training programs for employees and supervisors. Section 3. Confidentiality Records regarding treatment and participation in the Employee Assistance Program shall be confidential and retained by the Employee Assistance Program. In cases where the employee and the Employer have entered into a voluntary Employee Assistance Program Participation Agreement in which the Employer agrees to defer discipline as a result of employee participation in the Employee Assistance Program treatment program, the employee shall be required to waive confidentiality by signing appropriate releases of information to the extent required to enable the Employee Assistance Program to provide the Employer with reports regarding compliance or non- non- compliance. In cases of supervisor referral to the Employee Assistance Program, records shall be released to the Employer solely in reference to the ability of the employee to perform the job safely and effectively and or whether the employees need to participate in the program. In addition, the Employer shall be informed of the employee's compliance or non- compliance in the Employee Assistance Program.

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Samples: www.afscmemd.org, www.afscmemd.org

Employee Assistance Program. Section l. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) The Employer and the Union recognize the value of counseling and assistance programs to those employees whose personal problems affect performance of their job duties and responsibilities. Therefore, the Employer agrees to continue the existing Employee Assistance Program. Section 2. Labor-Management Advisory Committee At CommitteeAt the request of the Union, the Union and the Employer 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 will review the EAP, EAP provider networks and EAP training programs for employees and supervisors. Section 3. Confidentiality Records regarding treatment and participation in the Employee Assistance Program shall be confidential and retained by the Employee Assistance Program. In cases where the employee and the Employer have entered into a voluntary Employee Assistance Program Participation Agreement in which the Employer agrees to defer discipline as a result of employee participation in the Employee Assistance Program treatment program, the employee shall be required to waive confidentiality by signing appropriate releases of information to the extent required to enable the Employee Assistance Program to provide the Employer with reports regarding compliance or non-compliance. In cases of supervisor referral to the Employee Assistance Program, records shall be released to the Employer solely in reference to the ability of the employee to perform the job safely and effectively and or whether the employees need to participate in the program. In addition, the Employer shall be informed of the employee's compliance or non- compliance in the Employee Assistance Program.

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Samples: marylandreporter.com, marylandreporter.com

Employee Assistance Program. Section l. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) The Employer and the Union recognize the value of counseling and assistance programs to those employees whose personal problems affect performance of their job duties and responsibilities. Therefore, the Employer agrees to continue the existing Employee Assistance Program. Section 2. Labor-Management Advisory Committee At the request of the Union, the Union and the Employer 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 will review the EAP, EAP provider networks and EAP training programs for employees and supervisors. Section 3. Confidentiality Records regarding treatment and participation in the Employee Assistance Program shall be confidential and retained by the Employee Assistance Program. In cases where the employee and the Employer have entered into a voluntary Employee Assistance Program Participation Agreement in which the Employer agrees to defer discipline as a result of employee participation in the Employee Assistance Program treatment program, the employee shall be required to waive confidentiality by signing appropriate releases of information to the extent required to enable the Employee Assistance Program to provide the Employer with reports regarding compliance or non-compliance. In cases of supervisor referral to the Employee Assistance Program, records shall be released to the Employer solely in reference to the ability of the employee to perform the job safely and effectively and or whether the employees need to participate in the program. In addition, the Employer shall be informed of the employee's compliance or non- non-compliance in the Employee Assistance Program.

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Samples: pilot.dbm.maryland.gov

Employee Assistance Program. Section l. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) The Employer and the Union recognize the value of counseling and assistance programs to those employees whose personal problems affect performance of their job duties and responsibilities. Therefore, the Employer agrees to continue the existing Employee Assistance Program. Section 2. Labor-Management Advisory Committee At the request of the Union, the Union and the Employer agree to form a joint labor- 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 will review the EAP, EAP provider networks and EAP training programs for employees and supervisors. Section 3. Confidentiality Records regarding treatment and participation in the Employee Assistance Program shall be confidential and retained by the Employee Assistance Program. In cases where the employee and the Employer have entered into a voluntary Employee Assistance Program Participation Agreement in which the Employer agrees to defer discipline as a result of employee participation in the Employee Assistance Program treatment program, the employee shall be required to waive confidentiality by signing appropriate releases of information to the extent required to enable the Employee Assistance Program to provide the Employer with reports regarding compliance or non-compliance noncompliance. In cases of supervisor referral to the Employee Assistance Program, records shall be released to the Employer solely in reference to the ability of the employee to perform the performthe job safely and effectively and or whether the employees need to participate in the program. In addition, the Employer shall be informed of the employee's compliance or non- compliance noncompliance in the Employee Assistance Program.

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Samples: www.afscmemd.org

Employee Assistance Program. Section l. Employee Assistance Program (EAP) The Employer and the Union recognize the value of counseling and assistance programs to those employees whose personal problems affect performance of their job duties and dutiesand responsibilities. Therefore, the Employer agrees to continue the existing Employee Assistance Program. Section 2. Labor-Management Advisory Committee At the request of the Union, the Union and the Employer 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 will review the EAP, EAP provider networks and EAP training programs for employees and supervisors. Section 3. Confidentiality Records regarding treatment and participation in the Employee Assistance Program shall be confidential and retained by the Employee Assistance Program. In cases where the employee and the Employer have entered into a voluntary Employee Assistance Program Participation Agreement in which the Employer agrees to defer discipline as a result of employee participation in the Employee Assistance Program treatment program, the employee shall be required to waive confidentiality by signing appropriate releases of information to the extent required to enable the Employee Assistance Program to provide the Employer with reports regarding compliance or non-compliance. In cases of supervisor referral to the Employee Assistance Program, records shall be released to the Employer solely in reference to the ability of the employee to perform the job safely and effectively and or whether the employees need to participate in the program. In addition, the Employer shall be informed of the employee's compliance or non- compliance in the Employee Assistance Program.

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Samples: dbm.maryland.gov