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      Jim Lehman Earns EAPA Award

      Labor Assistance Professionals Colorado “Rocky Mountain” Chapter member Jim Lehman was recognized this month by the Colorado Chapter of the Employee Assistance Professionals Association
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      A Brief History of Labor Assistance Professiomals
      Interview with Mickey Diamond

       

      Mickey Diamond was a member of the LAP New York City chapter and an early pioneer in the development of union-based occupational alcohol programs in the workplace. The LAP organization honors him each year with a presentation of the "Mickey Diamond" award to a deserving LAP member at the summer conference.

      "Mickey Diamond was not only a leader, but an innovator in the world of alcohol treatment programs in the workplace. In this interview he gives the viewer a small glimpse of his life story and into what it was like to be in the field in the early years of Employee Assistance Programs. Mickey died less than a month after this interview, he is sorely missed." - ILR School, Cornell University

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