Addiction and the Organization

Drug abuse cost employers $81 billion annually, according to the National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence. Several studies have estimated that each drug user could cost an employer an average of $11,000 to $13,000 annually. You can create a culture in your organization that assists employees who are struggling find resources, treatment and support.

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Addiction and the Executive

Substance use disorder can affect anyone, from the mail room to the board room. An active addiction can cause ongoing harm to company culture and cohesion, or leave a business open to scandal, lawsuits, and even criminal activity. An addicted executive is more likely to cause a work-related crisis, put themselves and others in danger, and even break laws while using addictive substances. Executives with a substance use disorder or compulsive behavior face...

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Addiction and the Family

Ensuring that a family thrives requires a willingness to address destructive behaviors, Open and honest communication, is often impossible when substance abuse is present. But addiction inevitably affects the whole family. When those family members work in the family business, their work and the success and longevity of the company, are also affected.

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Recovery Resources

By putting policies and programs in place, you can proactively address behaviors in an effort to prevent substance abuse or address it quickly and effectively. There are a variety of recovery resources available to you for education and healing.

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