ReEmployAbility is pleased to announce it will be sponsoring the DFW RIMS Annual Conference, September 22 & 24 at the Gaylord Texan Resort and Convention Center in Grapevine, Texas.
Account Executive Brenda Lovely, who was recently promoted to oversee the South Central and North Central regions, will be in attendance to meet clients and answer questions about ReEmployAbility’s Transition2Work® program.
Lovely has been with ReEmployAbility since 2006 and has experience in nearly every department at the company. She was previously a National Account Manager, building and managing relationships with the company’s insurance carrier, TPA, broker, and employer partners while ensuring excellent service.
“I am excited to attend DFW RIMS after so many months of virtual meetings,” Lovely said. “This event provides a great opportunity to introduce myself to clients, to showcase our terrific return-to-work program, and to share the new technologies we’ve developed over the past year.”
DFW RIMS is a regional conference and exhibition. Hundreds of Risk Managers, Insurance Service Companies and Students attend each year to learn, network, and develop their careers. ReEmployAbility is excited to share with attendees the new technologies that the company is integrating into its service such as its Online Client Portal and REALtime Electronic Time Tracking System.
The conference’s opening keynote speaker will be Will Bowen. Bowen is the founder of the Complaint Free® movement with over 12 million followers worldwide. He is a #1 International best-selling author, humorous motivational speaker, an award-winning trainer, the 2016 Purdue University Executive in Residence, and he’s the World Authority on Complaining — why people complain, what’s wrong with complaining, and how to get ourselves and others to stop. Conference participants are invited to visit ReEmployAbility at their table to learn more about ReEmployAbility’s proprietary early return-to-work program, Transition2Work, that places injured workers at local non-profit organizations to perform light duty work as a means of transitioning back to the workforce while they heal.