ReEmployAbility has invested in numerous technology advancements that the company is looking forward to bringing to its clients and partners in 2022. Since its founding, the company has been dedicated to leveraging the latest technology to provide an exceptional experience for clients and partners.

“We are committed to staying at the forefront of technology for return-to-work services,” said Livingston. “By making sure our processes are as efficient and secure as possible, we can better help the companies, injured employees and communities we serve.”

The company is expanding its self-service online portal for clients to include access for its not-for-profit partners. Now not-for-profit partners will be able to access all the features available in the portal, making it easier for not-for-profits to find and track volunteers in the Transition2Work program. The company is currently piloting the program with select partners with complete rollout later this year.

Participants in the Transition2Work program can now utilize the company’s proprietary time tracking system, REALtime, to log their hours in the program and provide feedback. This custom time tracking system was built by ReEmployAbility’s technology team specifically for injured workers in the Transition2Work program to track their time throughout their assignment. Transition2Work participants can use REALtime online or via telephone.

ReEmployAbility is also committed to protecting client data. Last year, the company completed the SOC 2 Type 1 Service Organization Controls (SOC) examination. The company will complete the SOC 2 Type 2 examination in the 3rd quarter of this year. It will affirm ReEmployAbility’s long-standing commitment to data security practices and its customers that trust ReEmployAbility to secure, control, and efficiently manage their sensitive personal identifiable information (PII) and program data. The SOC 2 Type 2 examination will provide a more in depth and deeper confirmation of the consistency of security measures.

ReEmployAbility’s IT team is continuing to automate and improve internal processes using leading technology, allowing staff to spend more time making meaningful connections between clients, Transition2Work participants, and the not-for-profits in their communities.

The company will continue to look for ways to utilize technology to accomplish its mission of connecting people to a greater purpose so they can have a better life. “At ReEmployAbility, we are passionate about helping individuals make a difference in their communities,” said Abby Torres, IT Director. “After almost 20 years in business, our experience has taught us that to make the greatest impact possible we need to invest in the latest and most innovative technology available. As a result, we’re continually researching, creating, and refining our processes and procedures.”