Learn what’s preventing your injured employees from returning to work

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Calling all injury managers!

After more than 25 years in the business, we’ve nailed down the 10 most critical factors of recovery.

Do you have clients who struggle to accept or adapt to changes in their life after a workplace injury?

If you’re like most, you’re probably having a hard time removing the barriers to return to work for those employees.

Wouldn’t it be great to have a holistic view of your client’s recovery journey? It would empower you to quickly identify the gaps.

The first step is to understand the common psychosocial factors that impact recovery the most.

Once you know these factors, you can design a custom game plan to support a successful and sustainable return to work. That’s why we created:

The Psychosocial Factors That Impact Return to Work

Download your FREE guide and learn how to manage these 10 critical factors that drastically impact recovery:

  1. Sense of purpose
  2. Trust in employer
  3. Confidence in ability to return to work
  4. Belief in the compensation system
  5. Physical activity
  6. Family roles and relationships
  7. Isolation
  8. Financial security and wellness
  9. Social factors
  10. Drug and alcohol use

+PLUS: you'll find out how to get a comprehensive view of all of these components with APMiQ’s Client Health Dashboard

Download The Psychosocial Factors That Impact Return to Work to begin facilitating holistic recoveries that enable better lives - starting today!

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