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Journal of Workplace Behavioral Health
This article reports data on increased work productivity resulting from the employee assistance program (EAP) treatment of employees. Participants (N = 155) had various psychiatric diagnoses and were seen in individual counseling by network clinicians. Measures of "presenteeism," absenteeism, and degree of problem resolution were obtained from members' ratings. The results indicated that 80% of costs associated with lost productivity was associated with presenteeism, with absenteeism accountingdoi:10.1080/15555240802242999 fatcat:rrnvhkyj4fcefcfsgcrrdgnzwq