Submission Sessional Committee on the Use and Abuse of Alcohol by the Community 055 Darwin City Council
Tabled Paper 381
Tabled Papers for 6th Assembly 1990 - 1994; Tabled Papers; ParliamentNT
Tabled by Eric Poole
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. N.T. EMPLOYEE ASEtETAtiCE SEIWCE' INC. Address: The President. N.T. Employee A ssistance Service Lot 1722 Witte St., Winnellie P.O. Box 37344 Winnellie. N.T. 5789 Phone: 84 4803 22nd A p r i l , 1987 The Chairman Joint Union/Man ag ement Committee Employee Support Scheme Darwin City Council GPO Box 8A DARWIN NT 5 7 9 A ATTENTION MR DUNCAN BEGGS RE : EMPLOYEE SUPPORT SCHEME The Employee Assistance Service (EAS) is proud of its connection with the Darwin City Council. We provided the consulting and training resourses for the design and implementation of your Employee Support Scheme and are nominated as your major counselling resourse for the Scheme. This is the first report written by the EAS about the Scheme and covers the 18 months period from 31-6.85 to 31 .12.86 . We place an extremely high value on the conf id entiality of our counselling service. Therefore in one or two instances we are guarded in our reporting. For example although females, management staff and clerical staff are all represented in the statistics, there were so few from these groups that if we were specific it may lead to speculation as to who they were. Most referrals were males from the Industrial Staff. During the 18 month period 19 Darwin City Council employees visited our Winnellie premises and received counselling for work and/or personal problems. / 2
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