Injured employees may be able to help local nonprofits if employers don't have temporary light-duty positions as they ease their way back to work. (Photo: iStock)

As a successful workers’ compensation agent or broker, you know the value of return to work (RTW) programs in better managing the total cost of workplace injuries for your clients, and the benefits they provide injured workers.

But what can you do for clients who can’t bring some, or all, injured employees back on temporary light duty? 

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