Six benchmarks for evaluating Return-to-Work programs

While there is significant evidence that return-to-work programs are a best practice for effective cost control, they have not been immune to the severe contraction in the economy. As businesses have had to make tough choices and reorganize their operations in order to survive, the value of return-to-work programs has come into question.

Companies that have the acumen to improve efficiency, batten down the hatches and emerge competitive make careful choices that will sustain their economic success. Processes are evaluated, fine tuned, reworked or eliminated and return-to-work programs should be no exception.

The basic tenets of a return-to-work program are that employees will recover faster, be happier with their care and return to their full-duty jobs sooner, leading to improved morale, higher productivity and lower premium rates for employers. Here are six key benchmarks to effectively evaluate return-to-work efforts:   "Click here to read more about the 6 benchmarks...."
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