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ReEmployAbility Co-Founders to Speak at the Worker’s Compensation Institute Conference

Wednesday, July 19, 2017 | 439 | 0 | min read

Tampa, FL (July 18, 2017) – ReEmployAbility, the largest national provider of specialty early Return-to-Work (RTW) services and transitional employment programs, is pleased to announce its participation in the upcoming Workers’ Compensation Institute (WCI) Conference. The 72nd Annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference and 29th Annual Safety & Health Conference is a three-day event taking place from August 7 - 9, at The Orlando World Center Marriott in Orlando, Florida.

Company representatives will be at the conference exhibition center to showcase its vocational services and proprietary return to work program, Transition2Work® for Workers’ Compensation and non-occupational disabilities.

Conference participants are invited to visit ReEmployAbility at booth #309 to learn more about ReEmployAbility’s extensive service offering. Playing along with the “Then & Now” exhibition hall theme, the company’s booth will host a psychic who will give visitors a peek into the future. Visitors can also register for an opportunity to win an iPad.

Conference attendees are also encouraged to attend the two panel discussions that Co-Founders Debra Livingston and Frances Ford will be participating in.

Ford’s discussion, “Emerging Trends in Return-to-Work” will review trends in return-to-work program administration with an emphasis on providing strategies to help employers return injured employees to productive work quickly. Employer and insurance company examples will demonstrate results achieved with incorporating alternative transitional duty in the return-to-work program. The session will take place at 2:15 p.m. on Tuesday, August 8 in Grand Ballroom 8b.

Livingston’s discussion, “Returning Injured Workers to Work in the PEO Setting” will explore return-to-work challenges specific to PEOs and discuss various options and approaches for return-to-work programs which may prove helpful to PEO professionals and the claims adjusters who handle their claims. It will take place at 10:15 a.m. on Tuesday, August, 8 in Grand Ballroom 7B.

Through its Transition2Work program, ReEmployAbility places injured workers at local non-profit organizations to perform light duty work as a means of easing the injured worker back to the workforce. With its network of over 35,000 local and national non-profit organization partners throughout the United States, ReEmployAbility is able to quickly and safely return injured workers with modified duty work restrictions to meaningful work. The program provides cost savings to employers and insurance carriers, reduces the average time of the workers’ compensation claim, and helps injured workers get back to work while making a positive contribution to their community.

The Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference is a nationally acclaimed annual conference sponsored by Workers’ Compensation Institute, a Florida-based nonprofit educational organization that serves as a resource to the workers’ compensation industry. The conference is attended by approximately 7,000 workers’ compensation professionals from across the United States.

About ReEmployAbility: Founded in 2003, ReEmployAbility is the largest national provider of early return-to-work (RTW) services and transitional employment programs. Our Transition2Work program offers employers a cost-effective solution to modified light duty assignments, reducing claim costs while giving the injured employee time to heal. Utilizing our accredited, national network of nonprofit partners, we create innovative programs to help accommodate injured workers in the transition back to work. For more information, call 866-663-9880, visit www.ReEmployAbility.com or read our blog at www.transition2work.us

 

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