Beacon’s Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work Program helps injured workers return to work safely, by assisting the employer in providing modified duties and support through the recovery process.

Having a customized Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work Program in place reduces workforce interruption, costs associated with production loss and absenteeism, and workers’ compensation insurance costs for the employer. Employees retain salary and benefits, and minimize the disruption to their life because of an injury. It’s a win-win!

Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work Program – Training Seminar

Learn how this program will help enable employers to retain their most valuable resource: the skills, knowledge, and experience of their employees. At the same time, injured workers stay engaged through transitional or modified duty.

Beacon Mutual Forklift Train the Trainer
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Beacon Mutual Warehouse storage racking
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In the words of our policyholders

With the implementation of the Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work program, we had one staff member remain working modified duty prior to surgery and another staff on a long-term leave returned to a transitional part-time position for a period of time.
Demond Starks

The Groden Network

The Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work program is working out great for our company. The program is a win/win situation for all involved. The physician is comfortable to release the employee to restricted duty, the employee continues to have a full income, and the employer continues with a full staff.
Lisa World

Hodges Badge Company, Inc.