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Resources for Managers and Supervisors

Managers and supervisors may have concerns about an employee’s unhealthy use of alcohol or other drugs as it relates to work performance. Due to the potentially significant impact of these concerns on the individual employee and Johns Hopkins, managers and supervisors are encouraged to approach the situation with objectivity, compassion, and consultation with one or more of the resources below.

Recognizing the Distressed Employee

The following is a short list of behaviors that a distressed employee may exhibit. A longer list includes behaviors within the categories of absenteeism and tardiness, impaired job performance, unusual interpersonal interactions, and declining physical experience.

  • Declining or impaired performance
  • Odd behavior
  • Missed deadlines
  • Decreased productivity
  • Morale issues
  • Safety concerns
  • Complaints
  • Absenteeism

 

Consultation Resources

If you are concerned about a distressed employee and conflicted about when to raise a concern, it’s ok. When in doubt, consult with your resources.  The Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP), Employee Relations, or Occupational Health are available to help you.

Faculty and Staff Assistance Program (FASAP) – 443-997-7000

Employee Relations and Occupational Health

  • Bayview
    • Employee Relations – 410-550-0473
    • Occupational Health – 410-550-0477
  • JHI
    • JHI Human Resources – 410-464-6679
    • Occupational Health – 410-955-6211
  • JHHCG
    • Human Resources –  410-288-8176
    • Occupational Health – 410-955-6211
  • JHHS
    • Employee Relations –   410-955-6783
    • Occupational Health – 410-955-6211
  • All Children’s
    • Employee Relations – 727-767-8222
    • Occupational Health – 727-767-4190
  • Johns Hopkins Community Physicians
    • Human Resources – 410-338-3500
    • Occupational Health – 410-955-6211
  • Howard County General Hospital
    • Human Resources – 410-720-8763
    • Occupational Health – 410-740-7838

Updated 5/3/2017