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Provides policy guidance to assist agency management and program administrators in developing and implementing comprehensive employee health services programs.
Provides information on developing a nursing mother's program at the workplace to support mothers, their families, and Federal agencies.
Provides policy guidance and program recommendations for implementing successful workplace tobacco cessation programs
Describes the results of the 2007 HealthierFeds Physical Activity Challenge, sponsored by the Office of Personnel Management, Department of Healthy and Human Services, and President's Council on Physical Fitness and Sports, through analyzing a follow-up survey administered to participants.
Provides an introduction to Federal Employee Assistance Programs, legal requirements and guidance, and recommendations on program implementation
Addresses how Employee Assistance Programs can best meet the mental and behavioral health needs of Federal employees
Provides information regarding alcoholism and alcohol abuse, especially as it relates to the Federal workplace, to help supervisors, managers, and human resource personnel understand and recognize problems and know where to go to get assistance
Introduces a process for developing an effective workplace violence prevention program, presents case studies, and offers basic technical information
Provides workplace, domestic violence, sexual assault, stalking, teen dating violence, legal, government, and consultation resources
Helps prepare agencies for unexpected tragedies such as, but not limited to, suicides, natural disasters, assaults, as well as provides practical approaches to facilitate recovery after such an event occurs
Offers information on the problem of adult domestic violence and where some one in an abusive relationship can seek help
Orients adoptive and foster parents with applicable Federal leave, insurance, and tax benefits
Provides information and resources to help Federal employees find quality child care
Shares practical tips on how to find quality child care and contact information for organizations that can offer further information on related topics, such as, obtaining financial assistance
Explains how to plan and implement a parenting support group in a Federal agency, as well as information on confidentiality and suggested discussion topics
Provides information on developing a nursing mother's program at the workplace to support mothers, their families, and Federal agencies
Provides Federal agencies, Federal employees, child care providers, and child care governing boards with useful information related to the child care legislation that permits agencies to spend appropriated funds (including revolving funds available for salaries and expenses) to assist their lower income employees with the costs of child care
Provides step-by-step directions for planning a successful dependent care fair, as well as offers sample letters and lists of child and elder care organizations
Introduces Federal employee caregivers to available services and resources that can help caregivers make informed elder care decisions
Offers information and resources on the role fathers play in their children's lives and the integration of fathers in work/life programs
Includes background information to help understand kinship care, and information about organizations, publications, support groups, and work/life programs that support grandparents and other relatives raising children
Presents data compiled from participating agencies and agency components regarding the Federal Child Care Subsidy Program