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4 Jun. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Article Featured in Workplace Weekly Newsletter Publication

June marks the 4th annual National Employee Wellness Month in the U.S. This year, FEI Behavioral Health encourages employers to focus on the mental wellness of their workforces in addition to the physical wellness.

Most companies already offer a variety of options for physical exercise, and many have even invested in healthy eating programs. However, organizations and individuals often overlook the importance of mental well-being. Without an equal focus on emotional and social factors, physical challenges cannot be properly addressed.

3 May. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Article Featured in Campus Law Enforcement Journal

As horrifying and unthinkable as violence on campus may be, we are tragically reminded far too often that it is a possibility every community must take seriously. Preparing for crisis is certainly no promise of prevention, and from the vantage of hindsight the diligent course may seem obvious. Nonetheless, it is worth remembering that while awareness is the most basic tool of crisis prevention, its importance is often overlooked.

19 Apr. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

CEO Susan Dreyfus of FEI’s Parent Company Featured in American Public Human Services Association Magazine

Susan Dreyfus, CEO of FEI Behavioral Health’s parent company, Families International Inc., speaks to her role in the nonprofit human services sector and highlights the work of FEI:

FEI Behavioral Health achieves the collective vision by protecting the most valuable asset an organization possesses — its workforce. “FEI has taken the traditional employee assistance program model and partners with organizations of all sizes to protect and enhance their workforce effectiveness and organizational resiliency,” said Dreyfus.

22 Mar. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Introduces Video on Support for Returning Veterans

FEI is dedicated to supporting our country’s Veterans by providing these workers with the assistance that is needed to make a smooth transition from military to civilian life. Through the use of a short survey, FEI has been researching how our customers and partners have also made this commitment to Veterans. In order to learn more about the purpose of our survey, and our research initiative, we invite you to view our new Returning Veterans Initiative Video introduced by FEI’s Chief Operating Officer, Dan Potterton.

15 Mar. 2012 Posted by ameulendyke

FEI Article Featured in Association News Magazine

Lending a Hand and a Personal Touch to Employees

Employee assistance programs—referred to as EAPs—can be a valuable support system for associations and their employees. EAPs can advise association employees about child care and elder care services and connect them to resources for substance abuse issues or grief counseling. A good EAP will also help people get back on their feet and refocused on their job. Whether an association consists of a handful of employees or hundreds, there’s an EAP that can help your group foster a better work environment.

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