The Perceived Effectiveness of the Borgess Human Assistance Program as Measured by a Checklist of Key Components
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. Dale Brethower
Dr. Norman Peterson
Dr. Bradley Huitema
Masters Thesis-Open Access
This study investigated the success and perceived effectiveness of an employee assistance program. Phase I consisted of interviewing representatives of the ten companies that were the most frequent users of the program. Phase II examined the program's annual report. The results were tabulated and compared to a checklist of key components which gauge the effectiveness of a successful employee assistance program (Egdahl and Walsh, 1980). The evidence indicated that the program operates in accord with Egdahl and Walsh's checklist.
Clark, Kevin G., "The Perceived Effectiveness of the Borgess Human Assistance Program as Measured by a Checklist of Key Components" (1982). Masters Theses. 1706.