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Editor’s Note: This article has been provided by Kevin Ring, Director of Community Growth for the Institute of WorkComp Professionals.

By lowering the length and duration of time away from work due to injuries and illnesses on or off the job, Return-to-Work (RTW) programs have reduced workers’ compensation, disability and medical insurance costs as well as strengthened morale and productivity. More recently, RTW programs have helped protect employers from lawsuits regarding regulatory non-compliance, particularly related to the ADAAA.

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