Transition2Work for Employers and Insurance Carriers

Transition2Work provides benefits to employers, carriers, employees, and communities across the nation!

Employers can significantly reduce workers’ compensation and non-occupational disability claims cost by returning injured employees to the workforce as soon as they are released to modified or light duty. ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work program provides transitional employment with a nonprofit agency for employees when the pre-injury employer is unable to accommodate a temporary light duty work release. This program enables the employee to earn income while becoming reacquainted with the work experience following a period of disability. The program could be considered an extension of an employer’s existing return to work program, retaining the employees’ status with their company by providing continuation of wages.

Transition2Work Benefits for Employers and Insurance Carriers

The Transition2Work program helps connect employees to a greater purpose, recover faster, and return to work sooner!

Retains a Valuable Employee

Provides a modified duty option for employees, helping them recover and return to work quickly. This allows the company to retain a valuable employee who is experienced and trained for the work.

Supplements Return-to-Work Program

When limited or no modified duty options are available at the employer’s worksite or when existing options do not fit with the employee’s capabilities, Transition2Work provides companies with the flexibility they need to return injured workers to productive work.

Available Nationwide

Transition2Work options can be located onsite with not-for-profit organizaitons in all 50 states, DC, and Puerto Rico. 

Provides Program Parity

Helps employers provide consistency in return to work programs for occupational and non-occupatoinal disabilities.

Complies with Jurisdictional Guidelines

Transition2work is designed to comply with state regulations and make the process easy for the employer.

Improves Morale

Helps employees avoid “disability syndrome” keeping them connected to the company and community, while improving morale.

Reduces Claim Duration and Costs

Reduces the workers’ compensaion indemnity costs and disability claim costs that can significantly impact employers’ experience modificaiton and future premiums.

Promotes Social Responsibility in the Workplace

Promotes social responsibility, provides community outreach, and demonstrates goodwill by providing volunteer time to local not-for-profit agencies.

Our Purpose

Connecting people to a greater purpose so they can have a better life.

Our Vision

Anyone who is capable of something, can make an impact in the community where they live.

What We Do

ReEmployAbility is a leader in specialty Return-to-Work and transitional employment programs for the workers’ compensation and disability industry.

We make strides toward our vision every day by providing innovative services that positively impact workers’ compensation and non-occupational disability claim outcomes for employers, insurance carriers, injured workers, and communities.

Our philosophy is based on a strong belief in creating ‘win-win’ outcomes – combining benefits for companies, employees, and communities across the United States for real, positive impact. Through our Transition2Work® program, we have helped transform the way the insurance industry approaches return-to-work. While helping insurance companies and employers save millions of dollars in claim costs and premiums, we also assisted thousands of injured workers with getting back to work quickly and safely.

Since the Transition2Work program began in 2003, ReEmployAbility participants have contributed over 8.6 million hours of service to their local not-for-profits, impacting local philanthropic efforts across the country in a meaningful way.

For our participants, transitional assignments through ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work program provide an improved sense of value and self-esteem after their injury and allows them to safely heal while continuing to contribute to their community.

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