Disability Management in Practice—Haro Park Centre: Leveraging Partnerships

The Conference Board of Canada, 4 pages, October 31, 2013
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This profile is one in a series of case studies featuring organizations and their absence and disability management practices. Despite a small budget and few resources, Haro has successfully implemented a disability management program.

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Haro Park Centre: Leveraging Partnerships is one in a series of case studies that feature organizations and their absence and disability management practices. The organizations featured in these profiles are a diverse group, representing different industries, regions, and sizes from across Canada. Each organization has a unique approach to managing absenteeism and is at a different stage in the development of its disability management program. For example, Haro Park Centre, a long-term care facility, has successfully implemented a disability management program despite a small budget and few resources. Since establishing the program, Haro Park Centre has seen a reduction in long-term disability costs.

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