Do companies benefit from offering a workplace culture that is supportive of people recovering from drug and alcohol use? More and more companies are branding themselves as “recovery friendly,” a wide-ranging term that signifies a new approach to the millions of people whose lives have been interrupted by drug and alcohol addiction. A recent article in The Washington Post highlights the issues involved in this approach to human resource management and some of the benefits companies are realizing. Would this approach benefit your company?
The Washington Post, Kicking Addiction and Getting a Job