Here is a snapshot of how the Management Referral Program works:
Management Referrals generally come from Human Resources. The employee signs a limited release of information so that the referring HR staff can receive updates specifically related to the employee's progress. The employee is assigned to an EAP counselor, who will work with the referred employee to identify and work on any issues that may be negatively impacting his or her work behavior or performance. The counselor may also recommend and/or connect the employee with any additional referrals that may help he or she reach their goal. As the employee progresses through the program, HR staff will receive regular updates on their compliance and progress toward goals from a licensed HelpNet Mental Health Professional. Updates may be received for up to one year, to help assure that the employee has what he or she needs to get, and stay, on track.
For some employees, the Management Referral Program is a career saver. And for employers, it saves the aggravation, time, and money of having to replace a once competent employee.
Don't you love win-win situations?
A description of the Management Referral and case management process, as well as the Management Referral Program forms, can be downloaded by clicking the link at the top of this page. Questions pertaining to Management Referrals are welcomed and may be addressed to your assigned Account Manager.