Passion for Return to Work

We are driven by a passion for Return to Work, a belief in its value for creating positive outcomes, and a desire to be the best in all that we do.

ReEmployAbility, Inc. was founded based on a shared passion for helping injured workers return to work and a vision to transform the way employers and insurance carriers approach Return to Work programs. This drive inspires us to create results-oriented programs that positively touch the lives of many.

The value of Return to Work

We believe in the value of Return to Work, as the single most important factor that will drive success in a workers’ compensation program. Quick return to work is a ‘win-win’ for all parties on the claim that provides benefits far beyond cost savings. Transitioning injured workers back to work quickly is the right thing to do, and to be effective in this pursuit we focus on the employees’ capabilities and find creative approaches to modified duty.

Recognizing a need for change

We are devoted to spearheading change and rethinking Return to Work — and we believe we offer the best solutions to benefit all parties. While traditional industry thinking focuses on Return to Work programs primarily as a vehicle for cost containment, we recognized the need to shift the focus to the injured worker — where it should be — to create a more positive and empowering experience that would yield greater results.

Passion drives innovation

We know incredible results are achieved when business and community work together. Our Return to Work and transitional employment programs emphasize mutual benefits to help all parties thrive. Not only do our programs save companies and insurance carriers money, they enhance the employer-employee relationship and positively impact the lives of our participants and local communities across the nation. Participation in our programs provides injured workers new experiences, a fresh environment, the ability to enhance skills, and the opportunity to make a difference in the community while they heal.