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Workplace Substance Abuse

Joe Herzanek interviews Jennifer Place and Sean Stevens, Peer Assistance Services on Recovery Television

Peer Assistance Service

Jennifer Place, MA
EAP and workplace coordinator

Sean stevens, ba
Drug-free workplace program coordinator

Host: Joe herzanek

 

Workplace Substance Abuse

Joe’s interview with Sean and Jennifer
from Peer Assistance Services

dispels the myth that most addicts and alcoholics
are unemployable.

Clearly, what we learn is that 70% to 80%
of people with an alcohol or drug problem do in fact have jobs.

• How does this affect their work?

• What can employers be looking for and do
about an addiction problem?

• What resources are available
to small companies as well as large?

. . . and much more.

(Playing time: 28:30 Minutes)

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