About ReEmployAbility

 

 

Trust the Return to Work Experts

With over a decade of creating innovative solutions for the workers’ compensation industry, ReEmployAbility is the nation’s largest provider of early return-to-work services and transitional employment programs.

 ReEmployAbility, Inc. was founded in 2003 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. Our founder’s multi-faceted workers’ compensation industry experience allows us to take a unique approach to solving return to work challenges. From our corporate headquarters in Tampa Florida, and through a strong national network of Account Executives, strategic partners, and nonprofit organizations, we serve Fortune 500 employers, the nation’s largest insurance carriers and third-party claims administrators, brokers, and self-insured employers. We offer return-to-work services that help employers and insurance carriers control the cost of workers’ compensation and disability claims, while positively influencing the lives of injured workers.

Our proprietary return to work program, Transition2Work, offers employers a cost-effective solution to modified light duty assignments, and reduces workers’ compensation and non-occupational disability claim costs while giving the injured worker time to heal and benefiting the community. ReEmployAbility provides simple, fast, safe return to work solutions to help control the rising costs of workers’ compensation and non-occupational disability while positively influencing the lives of injured workers.

We Believe in 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.

Our Values

Passion

Our passion for driving results in return to work and positive outcome for businesses, individuals, and communities inspires us in everything we do.

Partnerships

We build strong relationships across the country based on collaboration and teamwork to provide the best transitional work experience for injured workers.

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Integrity

Our team is dedicated to providing upfront information, responsive communication, and exceptional customer service.

Service

We are committed to positively impacting the experiences and outcomes of our team, our clients, injured workers, nonprofit partners, and the community.

Entrepreneurial Thinking

We are proactive and forward thinking, anticipating industry needs, and continuously seeking new approaches to improve return to work results.

Our Leadership Team

Debra Livingston

Debra Livingston

Chief Executive Officer and Founder
Rebecca Dearth

Rebecca Dearth

Chief Operating Officer
Abby Torres

Abby Torres

Director of Information Technology
Todd Loomis

Todd Loomis

National Sales Manager
Crystal Hundley

Crystal Hundley

Human Resources Director
Carlos Cordova

Carlos Cordova

Director of Service Operations
Ken Quillen

Ken Quillen

Service Department Manager

Our Purpose

Connecting people to a greater purpose so they can have a better life.

Our Vision

Anyone who is capable of something, can make an impact in the community where they live.

What We Do

ReEmployAbility is a leader in specialty Return-to-Work and transitional employment programs for the workers’ compensation and disability industry.

We make strides toward our vision every day by providing innovative services that positively impact workers’ compensation and non-occupational disability claim outcomes for employers, insurance carriers, injured workers, and communities.

Our philosophy is based on a strong belief in creating ‘win-win’ outcomes – combining benefits for companies, employees, and communities across the United States for real, positive impact. Through our Transition2Work® program, we have helped transform the way the insurance industry approaches return-to-work. While helping insurance companies and employers save millions of dollars in claim costs and premiums, we also assisted thousands of injured workers with getting back to work quickly and safely.

Since the Transition2Work program began in 2003, ReEmployAbility participants have contributed over 8.6 million hours of service to their local not-for-profits, impacting local philanthropic efforts across the country in a meaningful way.

For our participants, transitional assignments through ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work program provide an improved sense of value and self-esteem after their injury and allows them to safely heal while continuing to contribute to their community.

Experience the ReEmployAbility Difference

Nationwide

Throughout the years we have established relationships with over 40,000 local, national, and international not-for-profit organizations such as museums, thrift stores, and food banks. Nationwide coverage allows employers to provide a consistent off-site transitional duty solution across all 50 states, DC, and Puerto Rico.

Experience

For more than a decade, ReEmployAbility has been a trusted resource for employers, third-party administrators, and insurers. We’ve helped thousands of injured workers with our innovative return-to-work solutions.

Responsive

Communication is at the core of our programs. We fill a vital role of liaison between adjuster, employer, and injured worker. Our staff provides exceptional service, delivering on their commitments.

Expertise

The professionals at ReEmployAbility are dedicated to helping injured workers return to work. We are experts in state laws regarding return-to-work legislation. Our programs are designed to comply with these regulations and make the process easy for the employer.

Reliable

Return-to-work programs are our specialty and sole focus. We have strong relationships with a nationwide network of nonprofit partners, enabling us to secure transitional work assignments in under 2 days, on average.

Results-Oriented

Our return-to-work programs save thousands of dollars in workers’ compensation costs and we can prove it. We provide customized benchmark reporting, allowing you to analyze your workers’ compensation and disability program.

Technology

We leverage technology to provide an exceptional experience for our clients and partners. Our sophisticated case management system provides the ability to analyze data for reporting, create benchmark reporting, and streamline processes and communication.

Summer 2021 Newsletter

Customer Connections Return-to-Work Specialist (Scottsdale, AZ)  "Many thanks! [The Transition2Work participant] really enjoyed her assignment – she told me today that last week they were even asking her to help train new workers! ."[bck_card...

ReEmployAbility Welcomes Carlos Cordova as Director of Service Operations

ReEmployAbility is pleased to announce that Carlos Cordova has joined the ReEmployAbility leadership team. Carlos is one of several new additions to the company’s executive team, as ReEmployAbility prepares for growth resulting from several new contracts with top...

Join ReEmployAbility at the Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference, Sept. 7-10, 2021

ReEmployAbility will be exhibiting at the annual Workers’ Compensation & Risk Conference (WRC) taking place September 7-10 at the Monarch Beach Resort in Dana Point, California. The annual event is a premier conference and expo for industry professionals with more...

ReEmployAbility Successfully Completes SOC® 2 Type 1 Examination, Reinforcing its Commitment to Data Security

ReEmployAbility is proud to announce that it has successfully completed a SOC 2 Type 1 Service Organization Controls (SOC) examination. The examination affirms ReEmployAbility’s long-standing commitment to data security practices and its customers that trust...

Announcing ReAudio: ReAssess Your Workers’ Compensation Toolbox, a Podcast by ReEmployAbility

ReEmployAbility is proud to announce their NEW podcast, ReAudio: ReAssess Your Workers’ Compensation Toolbox.   ReAudio will be a resource designed to diversify listeners’ professional and personal toolbox. Using varying show styles, ReEmployAbility will explore...

Transition2Work Program Makes a $18 Million Impact on Communities Across the Country in First Half of 2021

Each year ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work® program connects thousands of national and local not-for-profit organizations throughout the U.S. with injured employees who are able to perform light duty work. These injured employees provide valuable services for their...

Brenda Lovely Promoted to Account Executive for ReEmployAbility

ReEmployAbility is pleased to announce the promotion of Brenda Lovely to Account Executive for the Central Region of the U.S. Lovely has been with ReEmployAbility since 2006 and has experience in nearly every department at the company. She was previously a National...

Come See What’s New with ReEmployAbility at the WCI Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference in December

ReEmployAbility, Inc., will be exhibiting at the 75th Annual Workers' Compensation Educational Conference December 12-15, 2021 at the Orlando World Center Marriott. The 75th Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference and the 32nd Annual Safety and Health...

Human Resources Director Crystal Hundley Joins ReEmployAbility Leadership Team

ReEmployAbility is pleased to announce that Human Resources Director Crystal Hundley has joined the ReEmployAbility leadership team. Brought on last month, Crystal graduated from University of Maryland with a Bachelor of Science in Human Resource Management and a...

ReEmployAbility is Presenting Sponsor for The Spring of Tampa Bay’s ‘Handbags & Happy Hour’ Event

ReEmployAbility is proud to announce its sponsorship of Handbags & Happy Hour. This charity event will be held on Thursday, June 3, 2021 in Tampa and all proceeds will benefit The Spring of Tampa Bay. The Spring has assisted housed, and supported over 70,000 women...

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