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The Task Bank: Crucial for a Successful “Stay at Work/Return to Work” Program

Source: Presagia
“Stay at work/return to work” (SAW/RTW) programs address workforce productivity, costs, and lost time due to medical issues. The SAW/RTW approach is a collaborative process aimed at returning an employee to full work capacity after a medical incident. The task bank—work the employee is able to perform given any medical restrictions—is a vital tool in the process. Learn how to create and manage a best-practice task bank.


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