EAPs Shift Appeal to Court Generational Differences

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“[Young employees] put things out there on social media, where it is open to many sources. They might be pushing things out to people they’ve never met or don’t know, because it’s just how communication has evolved from years past,” said Thompson.

Employee assistance programs offer valuable resources to employees going through hard times, like substance abuse or mental health issues.

But almost half of the workforce will be made up of millennials by 2020, according to behavioral health care company Magellan Health’s “Workforce 2020” report. And many EAPs are still stuck in the one-size-fits-all approach, which doesn’t account for how

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