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Workforce Recovery

Workforce RecoveryInjury in the workplace impacts both employee and employers. The injury can be devastating, creating challenges with lost wages and manpower. Without a Workforce Recovery Program, the impact reverberates into the world of customers and families.

Direct costs created by workplace injuries total $51.8 billion annually and include workers’ compensation payments, medical expenses, civil liability damages and litigation expenses. This sum represents one quarter of each dollar of pretax corporate profits. However, the indirect costs may run as much as 20 times the direct costs of on-the-job accidents and illnesses. Examples of indirect costs include training replacement employees, investigating the accident and implementing corrective measures, lost productivity, repairing damaged equipment and property, and costs associated with lower employee morale and absenteeism. * 2009 Liberty Mutual Workplace Safety Index

Medical massage shortens the recovery time and enables the employee to return to work with a strengthened, productive performance while lessening the likelihood of relapse or decrease performance.