Thursday, June 28
9:00 am PT | 12:00 pm ET
We have all heard that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. In absence management, we typically focus on activities after the fact — during the leave of absence and returning an employee to work. We still struggle to get our arms around the prevention piece.
This presentation will provide tips and strategies on the front end, so that you can proactively strengthen your existing programs, and ensure you are tracking the metrics that matter. Understanding the reasons employees take leave and why accommodations work will help you take the next steps in developing your stay-at-work culture.
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- Explore the underlying causes of incidence rates and lost work days.
- Elevate attendee education and wellness programs.
- Gain an understanding of why workplace accommodations are successful.
Ashley Chodorowski, PMP, CPDM, Director, Product Management, ReedGroup
Ashley Chodorowski is the Director of Product Management at ReedGroup. Ashley has worked in the Absence Management industry for over ten years. She has held numerous roles involving New Client Implementations, Process Improvement, Enterprise Project Management, ADAAA Compliance, and Product Development. Ashley has launched various products including: Self-Service Technologies, Day One Absence, ADAAA, and Premium Collections.
This session qualifies for the following CEUs: 1 CPDM, 1 PHR, 1 SHRM. To qualify for CEU credit:
- You must attend the full duration of the webinar. Following the webinar and once attendance has been confirmed, you will receive an email with CEU reporting information.
- You must register for and watch the webinar individually. Group participation does not qualify CEU credit.
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