Navigation Links
Intellicate Announces New “Phased Return to Work” (PRtW) Service
Date:4/8/2010

Acclaimed workforce solutions provider helps businesses and employees achieve a smooth transition after a period of absence.

(PRWEB) April 8, 2010 -- As budget-conscious companies look for creative ways to reduce employee turnover, cut back on training costs, and boost team morale, phased return to work (PRtW) has become a quickly growing trend. Billed as a progressive workplace benefit, PRtW is designed to smooth the transition after an employee has been out of the office for an extended period of time due to illness or injury.

With PRtW, the employee resumes his or her work schedule in increments. With approval from a supervisor, HR department, and/or physician, work hours are gradually increased over a pre-defined time frame.

In March of 2010, Intellicate added a PRtW service to their repertoire of workplace management services. As a leading provider of top-notch workforce solutions, the London-based company specializes in effective schedule management. Their flagship product, Schedule24 Professional, helps employers achieve maximum efficiency in staff allocation and management. With PRtW, Intellicate expands their offerings to accommodate this new development in workforce optimization.

Benefits of PRtW
A growing number of organizations, HR professionals, and medical providers are recognizing the long list of benefits that can be achieved by PRtW. When an employee resumes his or her workload gradually, he or she is less likely to suffer a relapse or enter a state of “burnout”, resulting in enhanced efficiency and productivity.

In a time of heightened awareness of labor rights and a surge of lawsuits, implementing PRtW helps to reduce the frequency of litigious employees and workplace discrimination claims. Phased return to work also ensures a higher level of accountability and knowledge for all parties involved.

“HR chiefs b
'/>"/>

Source: PRWeb
Copyright©2010 Vocus, Inc.
All rights reserved

Page: 1 2 3

Related medicine news :

1. APIC Announces Elaine Larson Lectureship Award Recipient
2. Intellidimension Announces Semantic Web Technology Partnership with Matrikon
3. IVR Technology Group Announces iCANsm Services
4. mySkin.com Announces Beauty4Me: An Interactive Facebook Application
5. NOSCAR announces 2010 NOTES research award winners
6. Cosmetic and Plastic Surgery Web Site Announces Improvements to the Patient Process of Finding Cosmetic Doctors in Their Area
7. Optovue Announces Shipment of the 2000th RTVue Advanced OCT System and the 100th iVue Compact SD-OCT System
8. Sounds True Announces Licensing Partnership with The Relaxation Company, Becomes Market-Leader in Benefit-Oriented Sound Healing Music
9. Complex Technologies Announces Partnership with 6fusion to Deliver Cloud Services
10. Mattress Warehouse Announces its New Serta Mattress Lineup
11. HealthLinkRx Announces Classes in Spanish for Occupational and Physical Therapists
Post Your Comments:
*Name:
*Comment:
*Email:
(Date:8/21/2014)... August 21, 2014 A new study ... 63% increase in disability associated with speech problems from ... more than 15% increase in disability associated with hearing ... for rising numbers of children who are experiencing communication ... (ASHA). , On a broader level, the new ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... WA (PRWEB) August 21, 2014 ... Mulanax at Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center ... the Center’s growing team. Rina Lang, LMP and ... a wide range of massage techniques, and have developed ... settings. This is particularly important in a clinical ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... woman is to focus on her body in terms ... viewing her as a complete human being with thoughts ... problem in the media, how does it affect individual ... Women Quarterly , a SAGE journal, finds that more ... higher incidents of sexual pressure and coercion., Researchers Laura ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... physicians in rural communities do not routinely screen ... Penn State medical and public health researchers. Rural ... limited resources if they seek help., "Rural health ... said Jennifer S. McCall-Hosenfeld, a primary care physician ... sciences, Penn State College of Medicine. "However, in ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... Aug. 21, 2014 Researchers in the United Kingdom ... can quickly and accurately diagnose a number of rare ... study published online today in Ophthalmology , ... Using a single test, doctors were able to tailor ... mutations reducing the time and money spent on diagnosis ...
Breaking Medicine News(10 mins):Health News:New Pediatrics Study Reveals Dramatic Increase in Speech Problems in Children Over Past Decade 2Health News:New Pediatrics Study Reveals Dramatic Increase in Speech Problems in Children Over Past Decade 3Health News:Seattle’s Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center Is Pleased to Introduce Rina Lang and Mike Larios as New Members of Its Massage Therapy Team 2Health News:Seattle’s Eastlake Chiropractic and Massage Center Is Pleased to Introduce Rina Lang and Mike Larios as New Members of Its Massage Therapy Team 3Health News:Objectification in romantic relationships related to sexual pressure and coercion 2Health News:Primary care physicians can be critical resource for abused women in rural areas 2Health News:New DNA test for diagnosing diseases linked to childhood blindness 2
... PHILADELPHIA, Sept. 28 Independence Blue Cross,announces it ... System,and St. Mary Medical Center, both part of ... 2007. The Mercy Health System includes Mercy ... St. Agnes Continuing,Care Center, and Nazareth Hospital, as ...
... Intelligence,executive once said: "CI is like oxygen. You have ... need it is when it is in short supply." ... or have been a,client for such insights, you understand ... position in the,marketplace. By delivering high-impact analyses on competitors, ...
... New Option To Treat Morbid Obesity, CINCINNATI, ... U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved for,marketing ... for,weight reduction and improvement in obesity-related health conditions, ... obesity. The REALIZE Band is an innovative ...
... BOZEMAN, Mont. -- Stable flies are the latest suspect that ... hundreds of pelican chicks at the Medicine Lake National Wildlife ... 1,000 pelican chicks in 2003, averaged 400 in each of ... year. , Veterinary entomologist Greg Johnson of Montana State University ...
... that minority patients generally receive a lower quality ... can these disparities be reduced? A supplement to ... and Review, published by SAGE, thoroughly explores the ... question. , The supplement features research from the ...
... ON, Sept. 28 /PRNewswire-FirstCall/ - AlphaRx Inc. (OTC ... the next,generation of therapeutic products for inflammatory and ... million of,liabilities. Pursuant to a unanimous resolution ... to the Company by its directors, officers and ...
Cached Medicine News:Health News:Independence Blue Cross Finalizes New Multi-Year Agreements with Mercy Health System and St. Mary Medical Center 2Health News:Independence Blue Cross Finalizes New Multi-Year Agreements with Mercy Health System and St. Mary Medical Center 3Health News:Uncover Key Competitive Intelligence Insights in Webinars Hosted by Best Practices 2Health News:FDA Approves REALIZE(TM) Adjustable Gastric Band for Morbid Obesity 2Health News:FDA Approves REALIZE(TM) Adjustable Gastric Band for Morbid Obesity 3Health News:FDA Approves REALIZE(TM) Adjustable Gastric Band for Morbid Obesity 4Health News:Montana State University researchers investigate new suspect in West Nile deaths of pelicans 2
(Date:8/21/2014)... 21, 2014  eRelevance Corporation ( www.erelevancecorp.com ), ... that it has completed integration with Nextech, a ... Surgery and Dermatology practices. "Integration allows ... healthcare practices using Nextech," stated Bob Fabbio ... information from the EMR we are able to ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... , Aug. 21, 2014 The spinal column ... the human body. Signals carried to and from the brain ... skills and nervous system. Injury or ailment here can be ... with a loss of control over their body. Though back ... a person,s life, there are more options available to make ...
(Date:8/21/2014)... -- Publicis Groupe customer engagement agency Rosetta today ... Industry Group Leader, has been featured in the 2014 ... people in the life-sciences industry. Those chosen for this ... technology, creativity, strategy and medicine. Hartley ... its leading Rosetta Consulting practice. In 2012, she was ...
Breaking Medicine Technology:eRelevance Corporation Integrates with Nextech Electronic Medical Records 2Don't Live in Pain: Four Life Improving Benefits of Back Surgery 2Shannon Hartley Shines in PharmaVOICE 100 2
... ROSA, Calif. , Feb. 16 Osseon Therapeutics Inc. ... Europe . The procedures were performed in Milan, Italy . ... independent medical device distributor in Europe , Osseoplasty cases are ... United Kingdom , Germany and Spain . , ...
... N.J. , Feb. 16 IntegriChain, Inc., ... the launch of its new DNA: Dynamic NextGen ... helps pharmaceutical manufacturers unlock the value of Direct Data ... Data includes those data assets typically provided to ...
Cached Medicine Technology:Osseon Launches in Europe 2IntegriChain Launches DNA: Dynamic NextGen Analytics(TM) Platform 2IntegriChain Launches DNA: Dynamic NextGen Analytics(TM) Platform 3
DSL-10-49200 is a rapid, direct enzyme immunoassay (EIA) kit that provides materials for the quantitative measurement of testosterone in serum. This kit requires no sample extraction or pretreatment...
RIA kit for the quantitative determination of autoantibodies to steroid 21-hydroxylase (21-OH) in serum....
... volume for use with 4, 8, or 12 ... withdrawal of nearly all of the solution. Corners ... Made of natural virgin polystyrene containing no regrinds. ... by irradiation. Dimensions: 78 mm W x 152 ...
... Increased volume for use with 4, ... and V-shaped bottom permits withdrawal of nearly ... lips to dispose of excess solution. Made ... Non-sterile. Dimensions: 78 mm W x 152 ...
Medicine Products: