Join our very own Frances Ford as she moderates a discussion on the "Emerging Trends in Return-to-Work" with panelists Nathan Hughes, Director of Risk Management at Safelite Group; Jodie Massingill, Senior Manager of Casualty Claims at Sysco Corporation; and Patricia Rodriguez, Return-to-Work Manager at Crum & Forster.
August 8 @ 2:15 p.m.
Grand Ballroom 8B
Convention Level of the Marriott Orlando World Center
What to Expect:
Risk Managers often struggle to find ways to keep workers’ compensation costs to a minimum while providing for injured workers. They seek new ideas in an effort to stay ahead of the curve and to keep a competitive edge. Establishing an effective return-to-work program is widely accepted as one of the most significant cost-saving measures for managing employees’ workers’ compensation injuries. Research supports that returning employees to work through transitional duty not only provides cost containment, but it can also help reduce the incidence of depression, improve worker morale, and promote physical well-being. This panel discussion will review trends in return-to-work program administration with an emphasis on providing strategies to help employers return injured employees to productive work quickly. Employer and insurance examples will demonstrate results achieved with incorporating alternative transitional duty in the return-to-work program.
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