ReAudio Podcast

ReAudio is a resource designed to diversify your professional and personal toolbox. Using varying show styles, we’ll explore current issues facing Workers’ Compensation Professionals and give you practical solutions that you can implement immediately. You’ll hear from your peers, authorities from partner departments (legal, HR, finance, etc.) as well as some outsiders that will provide expanded perspectives and actionable steps to make you better and what you do and who you are. All this sprinkled with a sense of humor and ReAudio will be worth your weekly 10-minute investment. ReAwaken your curiosity with ReAudio…from your friends at ReEmployAbility!

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Walter’s Shoes

Last October I spoke with Deb Livingston, the founder and CEO of ReEmployAbility after she won the Comp Laude Gala People’s Choice Award. She told of her story and the story of Walter, an Injured Worker whose experience we are too familiar with within our program....

Scott Mann Replay

Scott Mann was a guest on ReAudio back in April, featured in a 3 part series. He’s a retired Green Beret who has been the poster child of “You can do it… if you do the work”.  He’s created a leadership movement called Rooftop Leadership, written a play that has...

Bonding at IHOP

Sharon Green is the founder and Executive Director of Victor Family Resource Center, an organization whose focus is on assistance in the communities they serve.  They help people transition from jail cells to jobs and from the streets to a home.  She’s inspirational. ...

Humble Hero

There are everyday heroes that walk among us, and we don’t even realize it.  Not the type that runs into burning buildings or pulls injured comrades off the battlefield, but the ones that simply go about their days, trying to make a living, navigating our crazy world,...

But Wait… There’s More

Lindsey Bressi, ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work Coordinator, has been out and about onboarding new not-for-profits and visiting our not-for-profit partners. Turns out, what we think we see on the cover of many of these organizations doesn’t tell the whole story.  In...

The 14,000 Foot Playground

Tyler Hundley is a college student who works here at ReEmployAbility, and will soon be on his way to start his career just like thousands of other men his age.  Tyler's recent volunteer expedition to Peru has provided him with a perspective on things that will no...

Food For Thought

Matthew is an injured worker who is participating in the Transition2Work program at a food bank in Texas.  Take it from him…it’s improving his life!

Limbs Are Not A Luxury

Olga Dominguez is a very special woman with a super inspirational story.  She’s a Patient Advocate for New Life Brace and Limb. Olga lost a part of her leg because of an illness some time ago, and she shares how losing part of herself has finally made her whole....

OSHA vs. Papercuts

T.J. Stevens works on the client side for a nationwide distribution company and is implementing a program designed to put the desires and needs of his employees first.  Using a common sense, and a back-to-basics approach, he’s hoping to save time, money and keep good...

Exceptionality

Luis Amano, Community Relations Manager with Rehab Without Walls, is fully aware of the impact he makes every day… and I’m pretty sure you’ll realize why and how in his story.  He’s a great example of a hero taking their exceptionality and changing the lives of...

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