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February, 2015

Worker's Compensation 
Return to Work Programs


In 2015 we will be using this newsletter to address several different components of effective workers compensation employer programs. These are plans that can be implemented by any size employer and have been proven to greatly improve their workers compensation results. 


These can lead to lower Experience Rating or possibly decrease the number and/or size of claims. This month's topic will be effective Return To Work Programs.


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Joey Huckaby
'Return to Work' Programs Work

The ultimate goal of all workplace safety programs is to prevent or at least minimize the risk of employee injury. But when injuries occur, and the first priority of effective medical treatment has been achieved, the next priority is often helping the employee return to work as soon as possible. Numerous studies have shown that the employee, employer and overall workplace are best served by the employee's return.

10 Costly Return-To-Work Mistakes

Coupled with the impact of the recession, the sweeping changes in the newly enacted ADA Amendments Act (ADAAA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), have severely altered the economic and legal landscape for employers. These are two major reasons why, even in difficult economic times, a strong Return-to-Work (RTW) focus improves an employer's bottom line.

Because employers often find it difficult recognizing the benefits of RTW, here are ten common mistakes they make:
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Joey Huckaby