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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Feature On October 24, 2007, with hundreds of wild-fire evacuees and their pets overwhelming the Town and Country Conference Center in San Diego, nearly 100 employee assistance program (EAP) professionals packed the Pacific Salon to hear a variety of perspectives on the need for research in employee assistance (EA) practices and provide input into the development of a business plan for the newly formed Employee Assistance Research Foundation. The meeting followed a September 2007 “blog” entitled “A Call to . . .
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OPEN MINDS, The Behavioral Health & Social Service Industry Analyst Industry Feature On October 24, 2007, with hundreds of wild-fire evacuees and their pets overwhelming the Town and Country Conference Center in San Diego, nearly 100 employee assistance program (EAP) professionals packed the Pacific Salon to hear a variety of perspectives on the need for research in employee assistance (EA) practices and provide input into the development of a business plan for the newly formed Employee Assistance Research Foundation. The meeting followed a September 2007 “blog” entitled “A Call to . . .
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