When A Good Employee is Addicted: 3 Imperative Steps

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1. Communicate clearly and respectfully (no accusing, blaming, or judging); 2. Offer assistance (EAP, direct referrals to programs, etc.); 3. Present Options, not ultimatums (firing is on the table, but make it a last resort).


Tenesha C.

Tenesha C.

Tucker, Georgia, United States

Licensed Psychotherapist (Addictions Counseling) | Licensed Insurance Agent (Life, Sickness, Health, Property, Casualty) & Content Marketing Executive for Volo Press, LLC. | Independent Author: 'The Genician' (In Progress) | 'Feign II: The Downfall' (September 2017) | 'S...

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