ReEmployAbility played a major role in establishing return-to-work precedent in a recent Virginia workers’ compensation case. The Virginia Worker’s Compensation Commission issued a full board decision that employers can use nonprofit organizations to accommodate light duty work when an employee is recovering from a workers’ compensation injury.
ReEmployAbility announced today that it achieved record-setting performance results during fiscal year 2013. This brisk growth has continued throughout 2014. Much of this success is attributed to the company’s Transition2Work®program, a service that matches injured workers to temporary modified duty work assignments at local nonprofit organizations.
ReEmployAbility is pleased to announce its participation in the upcoming RIMS 2014 Annual Conference & Exhibition. The company will exhibit during the three-day event that takes place in Denver, Colorado, from April 27 to 30, showcasing its proprietary return to work program, Transition2Work.
ReEmployAbility has successfully matched thousands of injured workers with temporary modified duty assignments at its partner local nonprofit organizations. In most cases, a successful outcome means the injured worker is able to quickly return to his previous position. But, every now and then, things work out differently and amazing opportunities develop.
ReEmployAbility today published its latest Program Results Summary. The summary highlights the Transition2Work program’s key performance results for fiscal year 2013, as well as historical program results through December 2013.
Contact a ReEmployAbility representative today to learn more about how our Return-to-Work solutions can help your employees, company, and the community!
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