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The aim of this study was to investigate the perceptions of football players and officials on the provision of employee assistance programs by football clubs in South Africa.
The study used interviews to collect data from ten football players playing for different football clubs in the Premier Soccer League (PSL) of South Africa, two officials from the PSL and two officials from South African Football Players Union.
The results of this study indicate that football players believe that employee assistance programs need to be made available by football clubs.
Although football officials consider the provision of employee assistance programs to be significant, they shifted the responsibility for its provision to football clubs.
The results led to the conclusion that South African clubs must provide EAPs to improve the morale and performance of players.
Direction for future research could focus on investigating the provision of EAPs by football clubs in Africa and in Europe to compare the differences between clubs that offer EAPs and clubs that do not.
Hlob'sile Portia Manzin, Masters Industrail Psychology: Studied at The University of the Witwatersrand.
Industrial Psychology Consultant at Camith Investments.,Wilro Park
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