What’s better than helping thousands of injured workers get back to work quickly while they heal? Also helping to make a positive impact on the community!

At ReEmployAbility, we believe in the value of return to work as the single most important factor that will drive success in a workers’ compensation program. That’s why more than a decade ago, we created Transition2Work to engage employees in their local community while they recover from an on-the-job injury. By combining business and community, everyone benefits.

Each year, we tabulate our program results so we can efficiently gauge the impact that our program has had on all of our partners, including the injured employee, nonprofit organizations, the community, employers, and carriers throughout the year.

The results are in!

Key highlights from ReEmployAbility’s Program Results Summary include:

Creating Positive Outcomes for Injured Workers –
Transition2Work allows employees to focus on their capabilities, linking them with an appropriate nonprofit assignment in their own community, helping them quickly and safely return to productive, rewarding work while they heal.

  • In 2016, Transition2Work benefited injured workers by achieving a 99 percent placement success rate and securing appropriate nonprofit assignment in less than two business days.
  • 58 percent of the injured employees referred to the Transition2Work program participate in a nonprofit assignment and those who participate volunteer for an average of 54 days in the assignment.
  • Overall, 61 percent of employees referred will successfully return-to-work with their pre-injury employer, reach Maximum Medical Improvement (MMI), or settle their Workers’ Compensation claim, which benefits the employee, employer, and insurance company.

Making an Impact on the Community –
Each year, Transition2Work connects thousands of national and local organizations throughout the US with program participants who provide much-needed assistance to help them achieve their valuable service initiatives.

  • During 2016, the company added over 5,000 new partners to its network, raising the total to more than 35,000 nationwide.
  • To date, Transition2Work program participants have provided approximately 5 million volunteer hours to local and national nonprofit organizations.
  • In 2016 alone, participants in our program had an estimated economic impact on nonprofits organizations, valued over $40 million.

Achieving Results for Our Clients –
Working together with our clients, we have achieved incredible results. By bringing together business and community, the benefits are mutual and all parties thrive.

  • Through the Transition2Work Program, employees gain an improved sense of value as they engage in the community while they recover.
  • Injured employees are often introduced to volunteerism through Transition2Work and gain new experiences in a fresh environment while making a difference in the community.
  • Employers and carriers realize an average indemnity savings of more than $4,300 per claim referred to the Transition2Work program.

Return-to-Work programs such as Transition2Work allow injured workers to engage in meaningful and productive work, keep a flexible work schedule, maintain daily work habits, make a positive impact on the community, and return to work faster. The Transition2Work Program Results Summary is available. Learn more about program highlights, client savings, and positive outcomes resulting from Transition2Work in our 2016 Program Results Summary.