When an employee takes medical leave, treatment by a healthcare provider is often assumed, and the frequency of doctor’s visits is rarely scrutinized. The Pennsylvania federal court’s recent decision in Watkins v. Blind and Vision Rehabilitation Services of Pittsburgh alerts us that this is not always a wise approach.
Navigating the Roadblocks of Invisible Disabilities – Teresa’s Story By Virginia Shutt, MS, CRC, CEAS Vocational Rehabilitation Specialist The Guardian Life Insurance Co. of America According to the National Institute … Read More
Increasing Awareness of the Impact of PTSD in the Workplace By Bryon Bass SVP, Disability and Absence Practice & Compliance Sedgwick One of the most heartwarming commercials on air today … Read More
By Tyler Arvig, PsyD, LP, Clinical Director of Operations, Behavioral Medical Interventions For employers, the prospect of having employees with posttraumatic stress disorder (PTSD) in the workplace can cause angst … Read More
In 2007, the Disability Management Employer Coalition (DMEC) convened its Workplace Warrior Think Tank to explore how employers can respond to the military deployment and reintegration of employees serving their … Read More
The corporate response to the military deployment and reintegration of employees is nothing less than a call to action. Through its 2007 Workplace Warriors Think Tank, the Disability Management Employer … Read More