Every absence from work has a psychological component associated with its return to productivity. Transitional return to work goes a long way to help an employee feel prepared for that return but there are barriers that tend to present themselves throughout the life of disabling event that can prevent the employee from feeling ready to begin the return to work planning process. Consequences of return to work and absence from work often influence behavior. This webinar presents the details of one study that demonstrates the influence employers can have on their employees’ readiness to begin the return to work process.
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