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CHAP

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Clearing House Automated Payment System

A company that operates a computer system to perform clearing services for funds and some other investment vehicles denominated in the British pound. It is allied with other clearing houses in the Association for Payment Clearing Services. It began operations in 1984.
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A proprietary, fee-based procurement website that summarizes benchmark pricing for purchasing agents revealed that the PEPM fee for comprehensive EAP services in 2018 was $1.08.
This is especially beneficial for smaller clients who may not have an EAP, but will still need assistance should a potential disaster or other critical event occur.
Brokers should take time to learn an EAP's services and match them to their client's needs in order to be successful when it comes to signing up new clients.
Since in an organizational hierarchy or framework, each stakeholder will perceive EAP services differently, stakeholders may evaluate the EAP differently.
The reviewers should request that the EAP respond with an action plan to address areas needing improvement.
* Train wardens, deputies, evacuation supervisors and the brigade in building specific EAP procedures.
Also during Katrina, many EAPs assisted with crucial tasks such as finding food, shelter and assistance for employees.
PCTEL's 802.1x security stack and EAP authentication methods are deployed by multiple carriers (such as T-Mobile and NTT DoCoMo) and several enterprise customers to secure their hotspot services.
EAP and work-life services are becoming increasingly popular not as perks but as means for employers to control costs and fight serious workplace problems, such as:
The Bureau of East Asian and Pacific Affairs (EAP) has placed counter-terrorism (CT) at the top of its list of strategic foreign assistance goals for fiscal year 2005.
"Employers that are cost-oriented are more likely to offer a low-cost EAP model that's largely telephonically based and focuses on short-term issues," says Prosser.