White Paper / Risk Management
Making “Return-To-Work” Work For Transportation

Reducing the recovery time for employees injured in a workplace accident remains front and center among employers who continue to face increased workers’ compensation costs, lost productivity, and spiraling litigation.

A clearly defined return-to-work (RTW) program that helps injured employees manage their care and gets them reengaged in a meaningful capacity as early as possible has become an essential business strategy for companies seeking to mitigate their exposure.

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