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What's Ahead for Employee Assistance Program Management 
to be Subject of New Audio Webcast
March 18 2010 At 1:30 PM EDT

MANASQUAN, N.J.,  March 3, 2010 — Particularly in these challenging economic times, the EA profession is in a unique position to play a key role within their organizations in a time that could be described as a 'perfect storm' of issues, challenges, and opportunities.

We are especially pleased to announce our panel of presenters for this year's program.  They are David Worster, President of the International Employee Assistance Professionals Association and Director of the Concord (NH) Hospital EAP; Sandra Caffo, Senior of Director LifeSolutions; and, Rensia Melles, Senior Global Clinical Consultant with Shepell.fgi.

To explore what is on the horizon for the administration and management of employee assistance programs "What's Ahead for Employee Assistance Program Management," a special audio webcast, has been scheduled for Thursday, March 18 at 1:30 p.m. eastern time. The program is sponsored by Employee Assistance Program Management Letter, sponsor of the EAP Manager Professional Discussion Group.

The past 18 -20 months have truly been tests for EAP's, according to EA professionals. We all know there has been an increase in requests to assist laid-off employees, participate in downsizing efforts or otherwise assist in outplacement services. 

Requests for financial services are flooding EAPs. Some EA organizations have reported that clients have been calling the EAP in record numbers. Rising costs, multi-generational views of work, and work-life balance requirements as part of recruitment and engagement are all a part of today’s EA workday.

Against this backdrop, EAP's have to respond to a changing marketplace.

Mark your calendar and save the date Thursday March 18 2010, from 1:30-3:00 PM EST. Low-cost team training. All your team members can listen in. Reserve a conference room. 

Join three widely respected leaders in the EAP management profession for what promises to be a stimulating discussion surrounding important trends, new developments and new programs in the world of employee Assistance.

Program Presenters:
Sandra Caffo, Senior Director LifeSolutions
University of Pittsburgh Medical Center

Rensia Melles, Senior Global Clinical Consultant
Shepell.fgi

David Worster
President of the International Employee Assistance
Professionals Association
Director, Concord (NH) Hospital EAP

For complete details visit:
http://www.healthresourcesonline.com/edu/EAP2010.htm

Address: Wellness Programs Management Advisor, 1913 Atlantic Avenue, Suite 200, Manasquan, NJ 08736; (732) 292-1100, www.wellnessjunction.com.


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