In May we encourage Mental Health Awareness & enhancing your return-to-work approach
During Mental Health Awareness Month, we are committed to educating, promoting, and stomping out the stigma surrounding mental health. Learn about the impact and benefits of a great return-to-work program on employers, injured workers, and nonprofits. Keeping with the theme of education, register for this month’s webinar packed full of diverse workers’ compensation perspectives and topics.
Overcoming Jurisdictional Return-to-Work Challenges
This live webinar event hosted by WorkCompCentral, goes live on May 24, 2023. In this hour-long course, ReEmployAbility CEO Debra Livingston joins four Attornies to discuss their perspectives, jurisdictions, and areas of expertise on the legislative climate of return to work.
How Transition2Work Improves Mental Health Through Human Connection
Throughout the month of May, thousands of people advocate for mental health awareness and education. It has been proven that human connection not only has an effect on your physical health but your mental health, as well. Learn how your injured workers can benefit mentally and physically from a return-to-work program like Transition2Work.
David Weller is a Tesla employee who unfortunately experienced a back injury while completing his duties. When referred by Tesla to the Transition2Work program, David was eager to return to work. He requested to be stationed at Caritas of Austin, a nonprofit he has...
Building and Maintaining Company Culture
Focusing on enhancing employees’ experience, development, and well-being is at the forefront of building and maintaining a positive company culture. Studies show that employees who are happy at work and have strong relationships with their coworkers will perform better. It also found that happy workers were not working longer hours than their less happy colleagues, but that they were just achieving more in the same timeframe…
Injured Worker Testimonial (Paterson, NJ)
Working in a non-profit has been a really gratifying experience personally, feeling that I am helping the community is very nice…makes me feel that I am contributing to a better society.