Flexible Options for Meaningful and Safe Remote Return-to-Work
We offer employers and flexible options for return-to-work, including assignments at the employer’s worksite, work-from-home, or on-site at the nonprofit’s location. These options are available across the U.S. with our not-for-profit partners. Our remote modified duty assignments provide a solution when the injured worker’s pre-injury employer is unable to accommodate a temporary light duty work release. Just like the standard Transition2Work program, these options are appropriate for both workers compensation and non-occupational disability claims.
Transition2Work Work from Home or Employer’s Worksite Benefits
In addition to the benefits Transition2Work provides, the Work from Home or Employer’s Worksite also provides:
Safe and Meaningful Work
Provides a safe and meaningful option if you have safety concerns and/or COVID-19 related barriers as soon as you are released to modified or light duty.
Accommodates various needs regarding scheduling and work restrictions, such as frequent medication requirements, no driving, or low physical activity.
Union or Jurisdictional Mandates
Meets union or jurisdictional mandates requiring light duty to be provided at the employer’s worksite.
Allows employer to supervise employees while participating in light duty at their worksite.
Can help with organizational challenges such as payroll tracking that may be associated with off-site light duty options.
Our Promise of Meaningful and Safe Return-to-Work
The Transition2Work program ensures meaningful and safe return-to-work for injured workers. We have developed a variety of opportunities that are aligned with the language, capabilities, and technological proficiency of our Transition2Work participants.
Assignments at the Employer’s Worksite and remote or work-from-home assignments provide greater flexibility for employers to accommodate employees who require work restrictions such as frequent medication requirements, no driving, or low physical activity.
ReEmployAbility has developed partnerships with nantional and local nonprofits that provide remote and Employer Worksite-based opportunites meeting our standards for meaningful return-to-work. Injured workers who have participated in the program have had successful outcomes and a positive return-to-work experience.
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