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Addiction In The Workplace

Addiction in the workplace

A Help Me Stop Whitepaper

75% of illicit drug users are employed, and 17% of them use substances on any given day. With Employee Assistance
Programs (EAPs) only having average take-up rates of 3-5%, and usually lacking the skills and expertise of dedicated addiction therapists, more must be done to support employees and to protect their companies from the damages often caused as a result of drug and problematic alcohol use.

Help Me Stop has produced a detailed investigation compiled in this 5-page whitepaper. Our findings show how addiction affects the workplace as well as the monetary and time costs of addiction to business in the UK. View and download the whitepaper here.

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