Encouraging Employees to Stay at Work or Return to Work Without Running Afoul of the Law

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Encouraging Employees to Stay at Work or Return to Work Without Running Afoul of the Law

By Lana L. Rupprecht, Esq., Assistant Vice President and Senior Product Compliance Counsel, Reliance Matrix; Armando Rodriguez, Esq., Product Compliance Counsel, Reliance Matrix; and Marti Cardi, Esq., Independent Senior Compliance Consultant, Reliance Matrix

Are your absence and disability managers jumping to conclusions when it comes to an employee’s need for a leave of absence? Taking the time to reassess and ensure that integrated absence management professionals are assessing all angles could help employees stay at work when possible.

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