ReEmployAbility has been named one of Tampa Bay Business Journal’s Fast 50 fastest growing privately held companies in 2018. This honor comes on the heels of being recognized by Florida State University’s Seminole 100 list, which recognizes the fastest-growing companies owned by FSU alumni.
ReEmployAbility, a leader in specialty return-to-work programs, helps injured workers around the country by finding them modified duty placements with local not-for-profit agencies. Through its Transition2Work® program, ReEmployAbility is able to quickly and safely return injured workers with modified duty work restrictions to meaningful work while maintaining their income from their employer.
ReEmployAbility has a network of over 35,000 local and national not-for-profit organization partners throughout the United States that benefit from the Transition2Work program. Since the program’s inception in 2007, Transition2Work participants have contributed over 6 million volunteer hours to local and national not-for-profit organizations across the country. The Transition2Work® program helps injured workers maintain a sense of community and routine while they heal, and also helps not-for-profits with their philanthropic goals in the process.
ReEmployAbility provides cost savings to employers and insurance carriers, reduces the average time of the workers’ compensation claim, and helps injured workers get back to work while making a positive contribution to their community.
“It’s an honor to be recognized as one of the fastest growing companies in Tampa Bay. Being included in this prestigious list of companies is a testament to the growth we’ve sustained over the past years,” Co-Founder and CEO Debra Livingston said. “We are very proud to be a part of this community and grateful for the continued success. We could not be here without such a great team of people – our employees, clients, and nonprofit partners – who create this growth.”
ReEmployAbility has grown exponentially in the last year and is continually at the forefront of technology and innovation for return-to-work programs for injured workers around the country.
The company looks forward to continued growth helping injured workers and their communities.