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RecoveryPlus Workplace

Recovery Plus: Workplace wellbeing Save time, save lives "I have been involved with the recovery community for the past 20 years and have met some amazing people and heard many inspirational stories of people who have overcome tremendous adversity in their lives. In 2015, Summit Diagnostics sent a team to represent our company at the Recovery Plus and Interventions Plus conference in London. We were so impressed with the quality of the show, organisation, networking opportunities and quality of speakers – that we had to be involved. We felt/feel that this conference and the online Recovery Plus publications are a fantastic way to keep up with the events that shape this industry and to contribute to the recovery effort of the many professionals in the UK and US. Indeed, I became such a fan that I decided to invest! I have taken on the role of co-publisher with one of the most dedicated and knowledgeable experts in the business, Deirdre Boyd. We bring you, free of charge, the Recovery Plus journals in print, as requested by so many readers of the online version, who like to carry it with them. It is our goal to provide professionals in our industry with the ability to keep abreast of up-to-date information that influences the worldwide epidemic of addiction and the efforts of addiction medical professionals treating this disorder. We want to give our readers a chance to network with each other and to share experiences that help shape the future of treatment. Join our exciting adventure! " George Powell, publisher Welcome to the 2nd issue of Recovery Plus. All our publications are dedicated to the exchange of expertise on how to recover from addictive behaviours – this particular issue aims to introduce businesses to the world of recovery, especially as the return on investment in treatment for a valuable employee can be 12:1 . Employee retention is one of today’s most critical staffing challenges – especially when it concerns indispensable directors or salespeople who you might fear losing to addiction. It doesn't have to be that way. In this issue of Recovery Plus, experts share knowledge on their specialist topics to give you a comprehensive overview or ‘crash course’ on addiction and recovery, and how they relate to the workplace. We hold them in such high regard that we invited them to speak at our conferences – and, when you read our accompanying online Recovery Plus e-mag (www.dbrecoveryresources.com), you will also be able to access the PowerPoint presentations which expand on their article topics. We aim to help you rescue and retain key staff, and meet key contacts. Deirdre Boyd editor & publisher your library’s essential reference September 2016 3


RecoveryPlus Workplace
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