Creating an Effective Workplace Disability Management Program

The Conference Board of Canada, 12 pages, October 8, 2013
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Effective and comprehensive workplace disability management programs can help employers control health-related costs. This briefing provides a framework that employers can use to design an effective disability management program.

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Effective and comprehensive workplace disability management programs can help employers control health-related costs. This briefing provides a framework that employers can use to design an effective disability management program. It also looks at the key elements of a successful program: a strong focus on disability prevention and health promotion; a sustained commitment to the safe and timely return to work of employees; and an organizational structure that sustains the objectives of the program. Finally, the briefing concludes with the business case for implementing a disability prevention and management program in the workplace.

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