ReEmployAbility’s co-founder, Frances Ford, was featured in an article in Risk & Insurance Magazine, "Special Report: Disability." The article, “Managing the Transition,” provides strategies for successfully managing transitional work programs and highlights examples of successful Transition2Work nonprofit placements.
What happens when employers have fewer jobs or no jobs to return an injured employee to work? One solution large and self-insured employers have been using for years to accommodate returning workers is to offer a modified-duty position with a charitable organization in the community. Frances Ford's article in The Journal of Workers Compensation, "Transitional Employment - It Doesn't Take a Superhero," explains how employers can use modified duty with charity organizations to improve their Return-to-Work programs.
The longer an employee is on disability from an industrial accident, the more the claim wil cost. What happens when the employee is released from medical care and has no job to return to? In her article in Florida Underwriter, "Can Bob Work?" ReEmployAbility co-founder, Frances Ford, outlines practical guidelines for effective workers' compensation claims handling.
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