The Transition2Work program assists employers with giving their injured workers temporary, transitional, light duty work by placing them at a nonprofit agency within a proprietary national network of over 20,000 participating organizations. As a result, the employer reduces workers’ compensation costs and retains a valuable employee, while the employee has a meaningful yet flexible job that allows him to earn a paycheck while healing. The nonprofit organization benefits from the volunteer support.
ReEmployAbility announced results from a return-to-work (RTW) program with Waste Management, the largest environmental solutions provider in North America. ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work® Program helped Waste Management supplement its in-house RTW program, successfully assisting injured workers whom Waste Management could not accommodate with modified light duty assignments.
ReEmployAbility announced the company’s 10th anniversary. Committed to helping injured workers return to their pre-injury employment, ReEmployAbility has helped more than 7,000 injured workers through their Transition2Work program.
ReEmployAbility announced results from its Transition2Work program, which showed that the majority (77%) of injured workers who participated in the program returned to work within 90% of the Official Disability Guidelines (ODG) recommended time, and clients saved an average of over $400,000 per quarter.
ReEmployAbility will feature its return-to-work program, Transition2work, at the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference (NWCDC) in Las Vegas, November 20 – 22, 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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