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Return to Work

We can help you develop and implement a viable, robust and effective return-to-work program with our powerful suite of tools, services and knowledge.

RTW Job Bank
Click the Additional Information tab below to view a variety of industry-specific job descriptions that can aid in identifying transitional work options that allow employees to be productive during the recovery process. Learn more about what’s physically involved in a job so medically appropriate solutions can be designed to minimize lost work days.

As a contractor or owner of a construction company, taking the right steps before a work-related injury occurs can significantly increase the chances of return-to-work (RTW) success for an employee. CNA is committed to helping you develop and implement an effective RTW program that can ultimately result in fewer lost days and decreased wage loss.

Our knowledgeable and experienced risk control consultants can help you design a return-to-work program that involves collaboration between you, your injured employee and the medical provider.

Helpful interactive tools include:

Return-to-Work Self Audit: Take the RTW Self Audit, designed to give you insights into your current plan for dealing with workplace injuries and illnesses.

Timely Notice of Loss Calculator: Calculate how much you could save by promptly reporting injuries.

Transitional Work Savings Calculator: Calculate the savings which a transitional work process can have on your business.


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