What are reemployment services?
Reemployment services are designed to help an injured worker return to work when their work-related injury or illness prevents them from returning to their usual line of work. Reemployment services may include vocational counseling, job-seeking skills training, job analysis, transferable skills analysis, selective job placement, training and education or other services deemed necessary and appropriate to help an injured worker return to work.
An injured employee may request these services from the Division of Workers' Compensation, Bureau of Employee Assistance and Ombudsman Office. Or, an insurance carrier may voluntarily provide these services. Select the item below that best fits your question about reemployment services to learn more about how you can get back to work.
If you have additional questions, please contact the Reemployment Services Team by phone at (800) 342-1741 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org.