Featured in this month’s edition:
Saying No at Work-with Style – “Saying ‘no’ is a strategy for reducing stress, but keeping workplace relationships positive and your reputation as a team player are important considerations in your response…“
Feeling Bullied, But not sure? – “If you’re bullied at work but unsure about how to respond, questioning your reaction or … “
Get a Better Anger Management Plan – “Do you struggle to keep your anger under control by attempting to suppress your thoughts at temper-triggering events?”
- Can’t Out-Train a Bad Diet
- Helping a Friend with an Eating Disorder
- World Health Organization Recognizes Burn-out
- Secret to Feeling Good All Day
- Journaling for Maximum Impact
For the full July 2019 edition of “Frontline Employee”, or to learn more about UConn EAP visit our webpage: http://hr.uconn.edu/employee-assistance-program/
Your EAP provides professional, brief counseling – on campus, plus 27 locations statewide – to help identify and resolve personal, family or work related concerns. Employee Assistance is:
- Household Members too!
NEW RESOURCES FOR MANAGERS & Supervisors …
- The UConn EAP webpage now includes a full section of brief information videos to assist you in helping your valuable people to succeed in the midst of the human factor at work.
- EAP is also available by invitation to meet with departments, programs or other groups to discuss and process challenges, critical incidents or other areas of common concern.
To schedule a private appointment, or speak with an EAP consultant, call:
(860) 486-1307 Storrs
(800) 852-4392 Statewide – 24 hours (Toll-free in CT)
For more information, contact: David Francis at email@example.com