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Embry, CEO of American Lubefast, reported [Our Chaplaincy that since he implemented the chaplaincy Assistance Program] program, his employee turnover rate and is an employee product shrinkage (losses due to theft) assistance plan on declined dramatically. He described the steroids. Chaplaincy EAP as â€œan employee assistance plan on steroids.â€23 Tim Embry CEO, American Lubefast WE ARE NOT A CHURCH ORGANIZATION Winning the Battle & the War at Work As a for-profit business WPCS is not in the business seeking donations, rather we are Todayâ€™s work climate of layoffs, downsizing, present onsite to service the emotional and workplace shootings and mergers can be seen spiritual needs of employees. An employer- as a battlefield for 21st-century employees. The sponsored Chaplain Assistance Program need to respond to the spiritual needs of (CAP) does not discourage or eliminate the employees and the frustrations that they take need for someone to become involved in a home has become just a small portion of the local church. At first glance, it may appear vague role that chaplains play. Following the that chaplains are in a position to fill the role military chaplain model, corporate chaplains of a pastor. To some, this may lead them to help companies and company employees win discourage chaplaincy in the workplace through the ministry of being present onsite because they do not want to eliminate the and being available to serve. Workplace need that someone might have to develop a Chaplain Services, LLC help your company to relationship with a local pastor or not only win the battle, but improve the discourage involvement in a local church. companyâ€™s bottom line through employee Unfortunately, this is a common satisfaction and productivity to win the War! misconception that misinterprets the role of the chaplain. The reality is that effective chaplains encourage those they serve to become actively involved in a supportive faith community. The role of the chaplain is not to replace any of the resources currently provided by the community or the local churches, but rather, chaplains see their job as one in which they can encourage those they serve to connect with the resources they need and establish a spiritual support network.