Injured Employees Avoid Out-of-Work Blues and Return to Work Sooner

ReEmployAbility, Inc. is proud to have been selected as the return to work service partner for Westfield Insurance. Westfield will utilize ReEmployAbility’sTransition2Work program, branded as WesWorkssm, to provide transitional, temporary positions with non-profit agencies for injured workers who are unable to return to their normal job duties.  This resource will be available specifically for employers that cannot accommodate an on-site transitional program.  Through WesWorks, Westfield will provide employers with extra savings by reducing indemnity costs and keeping injured workers motivated to return to their previous jobs.

“We are excited about our partnership with Westfield.  We believe that Westfield’s commitment to extending this program to their commercial policyholders and their collaborative efforts to implement the program nationwide will result in great success,” Debra Livingston and Frances Ford, founders of ReEmployAbility, said.

Founded in 2003, ReEmployAbility offers a unique approach to reemployment, specializing in Workers’ Compensation claim needs. With strategic relationships throughout the United States, ReEmployAbility is able to provide return to work services nationally, coordinating Transition2Work volunteer placements with the American Cancer Society, United Way, American Red Cross, YMCA, community food banks, and many more agencies nationwide.

In business for more than 160 years, Westfield Insurance provides commercial and personal insurance in 20 active states and surety services to customers in 31 states. Westfield is one of the nation’s 50 largest property and casualty insurance groups, represented by a network of over 1,100 independent insurance agencies. Westfield Bank provides banking solutions for businesses and individuals, and Westfield Services provides service and training support for independent insurance agencies.  Learn more about Westfield Insurance at