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No bullying nor entreating of the forewoman could persuade the women to return to work. They were too upset and nervous, and only here and there could one be found brave enough to re-enter the bullding for the hats and lunch baskets of the others.
During the strike, of course, they spent all that they had saved, and would often return to work in debt at the same wages, or would move to another mine at considerable expense.
Funds were wanting, however, and for some time he had to return to work, saving every dollar for his approaching journey.
Managed disability: A process for delivering short- and long-term disability benefits and services so that employers control costs, and employees return to work as soon as possible.
SSD's key device to encourage a return to work is called the "trial work period".
An employee who was on unpaid FMLA leave and who does not return to work for at least 30 days at the expiration of that leave is liable for the employer's share of health insurance premiums and any part of the employee's share that was paid by the employer.(38) However, an employee who does not return to work because of the "continuation, recurrence, or onset of a serious health condition which would entitle the employee to leave under FMLA" or for circumstances beyond the employee's control, cannot be held liable for the insurance premiums.(39) Where recovery of premiums is permitted, the employer is entitled to set off the amount against any final pay or monetary benefit to which the employee would otherwise be entitled.
However, it is thought that the closed procedure is associated with a decrease in postoperative pain and tenderness and an earlier return to work. The argument for cost effectiveness has been based on the earlier return to work, but this benefit is primarily enjoyed by the employer.
In fact, insurance companies rarely will insure an individual for more than that amount because they do not want to damage the insured's incentive to return to work. It also usually is recommended that clients not depend on benefits from Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI) because over 70% of people who apply for such benefits are rejected.
No one should lose hope because there are programs available, like the Return to Work Program, that offer support and assistance to people who are searching for a job or starting their own business."
The employee will be asked to describe their condition, their role and any factors affecting a return to work.
The RAC saw a 60% rise in breakdowns during the return to work in January 2011, but dealt with 14,000 call-outs during the same period in snowy 2010.
Those in the work-focused therapy engaged in more steps to fully return to work, gradually increasing their hours and duties.