Employee Assistance Program definition

Employee Assistance Program means Employee Assistance Program provided by the City of New Haven or any agency/entity with whom the City has contracted to provide said program.
Employee Assistance Program means an established program for employee assessment, counseling, and referral to an alcohol and drug rehabilitation program.

Examples of Employee Assistance Program in a sentence

  • The depart- ment has an Employee Assistance Program which provides information and guidance for employees and/or family members.

  • The Department has an Employee Assistance Program that provides information and guidance for employees and/or family members.

  • An available rehabilitative program is a Substance Abuse program available to you through either: (i) another group plan of your employer (such as an Employee Assistance Program or Medical Plan); or (ii) services generally available to the public through local community services at no or minimal cost to you.

  • The HRO or the employee can contact the appropriate Employee Assistance Program to assist with securing resources and confidential services.

  • The District provides an independently administered Employee Assistance Program.


More Definitions of Employee Assistance Program

Employee Assistance Program means a program established by a law enforcement agency or emergency services provider to provide counseling or support services to employees of the law enforcement agency or emergency services provider.
Employee Assistance Program. (EAP) means an agency-based counseling program that offers assessment, short-term counseling and referral services to employees for a wide range of drug, alcohol, and mental health problems, and monitors the progress of employees while in treatment.
Employee Assistance Program means a program designed to
Employee Assistance Program. (EAP) means a program that provides professional and confidential assistance for employees who are experiencing personal issues. The program will encompass assessment and guidance, and where indicated, referral services (at the employee’s cost) for professional treatment.