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EMPLOYEE ASSISTANCE PROGRAM (EAP)
PROGRAM BANTUAN & SOKONGAN STAF

ETHICS AND PRINCIPLES

ETHICS AND PRINCIPLES

  1. EAP addresses issues that may affect the performance of staff in the organization through the consultation and counseling process.
  2. The consultation process is conducted in confidential except in situations where respondents have the tendency to endanger themselves, others or organizations. If this is the case, the EAP should inform the relevant authority.
  3. EAP will keep up the level of professionalism in implementing our services. Trained and experienced consultant/counselor will offer the respondent's advice or guidance.
  4. Our Consultants practice without prejudice, without being punitive and without discrimination of respondents' gender, religion, rank, ideology, physical and mental. 
  5. EAP allows respondents to make choices about the methods of consultation and counseling.
  6. Consultants are not allowed to use physical or mental pressure or coercion in dealing with respondents. 
  7. Consultants should always practice appropriate ethics and values. 
  8. Information from this program cannot be used in any process related to disciplinary assessments and staff performance.