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COVID-19 Disrupted Modified Duty Options, but a Strong Return-to-Work Program Keeps Injured Workers Engaged

With many non-essential roles eliminated or put on pause during the pandemic, employers and their workers’ comp partners had to get creative with transitional work.

White Paper Summary

Offering modified duty to injured workers is a critical component of return-to-work programs. By providing purpose and structure, modified duty roles keep injured workers mentally engaged, productive and focused on the end goal of returning to full function. That has benefits for injured workers, workers’ comp payors and employers.

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AmTrust Financial began in 1998 with a commitment to innovation in small business insurance. Since, we’ve grown into a global property and casualty provider with a broad product offering. Our company has grown, but our commitment to innovation and service remain the same.

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