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RETURN TO WORK Videos for Supervisors & Employees
International Film Festival Award Winning Training Videos
"Creative Excellence!"

Early return to work benefits everyone -- workers, supervisors, teams & the company

Two realistic new videos -- one for supervisors and one for employees to dramatically demonstrate how a change in attitude can revitalize not only an injured employee, but also the entire organization.

Employees & Supervisors will learn to:

  • Change attitudes and commit to early Return-to-Work
  • Improve communication and work relationships
  • Understand benefits of Return-To-Work for both employees and supervisors
  • Explore options for Reasonable Accommodation
  • Implement Transitional Employment during the recovery process

    For use in Workers’ Compensation, Health & Safety, Risk Management & Human Resources Departments

    Return-To-Work for Supervisors. Length: 16 minutes

    Overcome Supervisor Objections:

  • “Once an injury occurs, it’s out of my hands.”
  • “I have no job for the injured employee.”
  • “I don’t return an employee until they are 100%.”

    Supervisors learn:

  • Early Return-to-Work benefits both the employer and employee
  • Injury = Opportunity for alternatives and “thinking out of the box”
  • Communication with the employee and the treating physician can accelerate the Return-To-Work process
  • Alternatives for transitional employment during the recovery process can be simple and inexpensive
  • Paying an injured employee for 70% productivity at the workplace is better than paying an employee to stay at home

    Return-To-Work for Employees. Length: 16 minutes

    Overcome Employee Objections:

  • “I have a right to recover at home.”
  • “Once my injury is permanent, the employer doesn’t want me.”
  • “I do as I am told.”

    Employees learn:

  • The return to work process can be a positive experience
  • To take control, rather than feel a victim of circumstances
  • To communicate one’s needs to the supervisor and treating physician
  • To apply skills and abilities productively through transitional employment
  • Work can be therapy to accelerate the recovery process