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Response to DePaolo

Monday, November 9, 2015 | 360 | 0 | min read

My colleague David DePaolo titled one of his recent blog entries, “Stop Return to Work.” To him, return-to-work programs are overhyped. The worker’s motivation is decisive. Maybe she’s fed up with the job, the employer or coworkers. DePaolo cautions, stick to providing good health care for the claimant. She can choose if and where to work next. And don’t mix up RTW for the injured worker with other human resource functions. He wrote, “This industry's obsession with return to work as an end goal is misguided. Return to work has nothin...

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William Yattaw Nov 3, 2016 07:58 AM

Unless you are malingering RTW should be the goal of every worker.

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