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Key Points: HR Side of Completing the Work Comp Job Demand Eval and Job Description

Key Points: HR Side of Completing the Work Comp Job Demand Eval and Job Description

This entry is part 6 of 6 in the series Job Analysis & Job Descriptions - FundamentalsKey points when completing the Job Demand Evaluation and creating the Job Description: I want to caution all employers as you evaluate the physical demands of a...
Job Description: Essential Part of the Workers Comp Return to Work Program

Job Description: Essential Part of the Workers Comp Return to Work Program

This entry is part 5 of 6 in the series Job Analysis & Job Descriptions - FundamentalsWhy is the job description an essential part of your return-to-work program? The job description dispels any myths or misinterpretations about a job’s requirements....
Workers Comp: Completing the Job Demand Evaluation Form

Workers Comp: Completing the Job Demand Evaluation Form

This entry is part 4 of 6 in the series Job Analysis & Job Descriptions - FundamentalsThis is a Four Part Posting – If you did not read the other post please read them before proceeding to the Job Demand Evaluation Form. Related Posts: Return...
Workers Comp: Job Demand Evaluation in Six Easy Steps – Part 1

Workers Comp: Job Demand Evaluation in Six Easy Steps – Part 1

This entry is part 3 of 6 in the series Job Analysis & Job Descriptions - FundamentalsThe Job Demand Evaluation is a six-step process:             Step 1:  Determine the essential functions of the job.             Step 2: ...
Return to Work Job Analysis: Evaluating the Pre-Injury Job Demands

Return to Work Job Analysis: Evaluating the Pre-Injury Job Demands

This entry is part 2 of 6 in the series Job Analysis & Job Descriptions - FundamentalsEvaluating the positions at your job site should not be done from the comfort of your office. Someone must observe the job tasks so they can be accurately documented;...
Return to Work Job Analysis: Job Tasks and Demands

Return to Work Job Analysis: Job Tasks and Demands

This entry is part 1 of 6 in the series Job Analysis & Job Descriptions - FundamentalsAnalyzing and Evaluating Job Tasks and Demands: Modified-duty work does not always require relocating the employee to a new department. Sometimes, injured employees...
Sample Workers Comp Return to Work Policy for HR Handbook

Sample Workers Comp Return to Work Policy for HR Handbook

This entry is part 5 of 5 in the series Creating a Written Return-to-Work Policy - Step by Step GuideBringing it all together – Creating the Final Policy The official return-to-work policy should be part of a workers’ compensation section that is...
Work Comp Return to Work Coordinator: Essential Position in HR

Work Comp Return to Work Coordinator: Essential Position in HR

Someone has to be in charge of your return to work program to make sure it runs the way you intend it to run. Your Return-to-Work Coordinator will be a key asset to your company. Companies often feel that assigning the return-to-work task to a full-time...
Training Managers to Understand the Workers Comp Injury Reporting Process

Training Managers to Understand the Workers Comp Injury Reporting Process

It is critical that you conduct training sessions with your managers, supervisors, crew leaders and line employees so they all understand their role in the return-to-work program. Managers and supervisors should be trained in implementing emergency procedures...
Three Ways to Reinforce Your Workers Comp Return to Work Process with Positive Reminders

Three Ways to Reinforce Your Workers Comp Return to Work Process with Positive Reminders

Review the related policies during regular safety meetings. Employers are always trying to find new topics to cover during safety meetings or staff meetings. One way to continually reinforce your policies is to include them as topics. The return-to-work...
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