Sexual Compulsivity in the Workplace: Resources for Behavioral Health Providers

  title={Sexual Compulsivity in the Workplace: Resources for Behavioral Health Providers},
  author={Linda J. Lerza and David L. Delmonico},
  journal={Sexual Addiction \& Compulsivity},
  pages={173 - 183}
Problematic behavior in the workplace is not a new phenomenon. Companies have policies and procedures to address the more commonplace problems such as chronic lateness, absenteeism, workplace conflict, and substance abuse. When confronted with any of these issues, a supervisor refers to the company policies that may recommend formal disciplinary action, consultation with Human Resources (HR), or referral to the Employee Assistance Professional (EAP) for evaluation and counseling. Confounding… Expand


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