National Return to Work Week Five Day Virtual Conference will bring together employers, employees, physicians, vocational experts, insurance, legal professionals and disability providers from around the country to share expertise, best practices and exchange information to increase return to work opportunities for ill, injured and disabled employees.
Conference topics include:
l “Disability Management a Daunting Task” – Dennis Chandler – Company Nurse
l The Flip Side – Does Attorney Representation Short Circuit the Return to Work Process – Attorney Michael Moebes, Esq.
l Disability Management is a Team Sport – Who’s on Your Team? – Margaret Spence, CWC, RMPE
l Physician Where Art Thou? – Dr. James Blumenthal, Physicians Health Centers
l Creating a Positive Return to Work Experience – Job Accommodation Network (JAN)
l Advocating for the Injured Worker – Carolyn Arumbula, Center for Injured Workers
l Engaging Employees Who Have Disabilities – John Althoff – Assurant
The National Return to Work Week Virtual Conference is Free and can be accessed via www.nationalreturntoworkweek.org or directly on the BrightTALK network. Join us on May 11, 2009 for the 1st Annual National Return to Work Week Conference on the BrightTALK Network
About National Return to Work Week – This week highlights the impact of not implementing proactive stay-at-work or return to work programs for ill, injured or disabled employees. It is a full week of educational and best practices presentations aimed at bringing disability management to the forefront of the national employment retention discussion. National Return to Work will be celebrated annually during the second week of May. Visit our website: www.nationalreturntoworkweek.org for more information and to get involved.