Tampa, FL (May 19, 2017) – ReEmployAbility, the largest national provider of specialty early Return-to-Work (RTW) services and transitional employment programs, has published its latest Program Results Summary. The summary provides an overview of the Transition2Work program’s community impact, performance results, and outcomes through fiscal year 2016.
ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work program places injured employees at local nonprofit organizations to perform light duty work when their pre-injury employer cannot accommodate their physical restrictions on-site. The program has been offered nationwide since 2007. The program helps the employee by allowing him to retain his connection to his pre-injury employer and benefits of employment, while participating in transitional work within the community. In turn, employers benefit by returning employees to work quickly, thereby lowering Workers’ Compensation claims costs that impact experience ratios for future insurance premiums.
Key highlights from ReEmployAbility’s Program Results Summary include:
Creating Positive Outcomes for Injured Workers -
Making an Impact on the Community -
Achieving Results for Employers and Carriers -
Return-to-Work programs such as Transition2Work allow injured workers to engage in meaningful and productive work, keep a flexible work schedule, maintain daily work habits, make a positive impact on the community, and return to work faster.
The Transition2Work Program Results Summary is available on ReEmployAbility’s corporate website at http://www.reemployability.com/Transition-2-Work/Results.
Founded in 2003, ReEmployAbility is the largest national provider of early return-to-work (RTW) services and transitional employment programs. Our Transition2Work program offers employers a cost-effective solution to modified light duty assignments, reducing claim costs while giving the injured worker time to heal. Utilizing our accredited, national network of nonprofit partners, we create innovative programs to help accommodate injured workers in the transition back to work. For more information, call 866-663-9880, visit www.ReEmployAbility.com or read our blog at www.transition2work.us
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