Connecting Health & Productivity
WorkRx ® Continuing Education
Insight with Practical Applications
The WorkRx Group provides an annual series of continuing education programs for human resource and disability mangers, as well as occupational health and employee assistance professionals. All programs offer 2.0 hours of HRCI (SHRM) recertification credit. The 2011 series includes five offerings.
Cancer Survivors in the Work PlaceThe Cancer Survivors in the Work Place program offers valuable information to employers on protecting the productivity of employees who are in active cancer treatment, completed cancer treatment or are cancer care givers. The program is especially useful to employers with high incidence of cancer in the work place or looking to enhance its management team’s role in reducing the impact of cancer or other chronic diseases.
Transitional Work: Preventing & Managing Lost Timeis a highly interactive seminar combining information with program development guidance focusing on:
– Making the transitional work business case to senior management
– Building the preferred corporate model e.g. TW policy, eligibility
– Rolling out the program – Dealing with resistance be management and impaired workers
The Motivation Paradox: Work, Disability & Being StuckHR Solutions to Complex Health and Productivity Predicaments
The seminar describes strategies for building better relationships with impaired employees, especially those who have health related job performance issues and file a worker’s compensation or disability claim. Participants acquire specific strategies and tools in solving chronic and costly health and productivity predicaments focusing on employee resistance and ambivalence.
Unintended Consequences: How Corporate Policies Create Lost Time
Too often employer's offer a benefit package or apply human resource programs that are supposedly designed to reduce lost time. In fact, the opposite occurs. This education program identifies how and why this happens and how and employer can prevent these unintended consequences. This is a new program highlighting the notion of Bureaugenic Disability and CADD, Corporate Attention Deficient Disorder
Depression, etc! The Silent Killer of Productivity.Depression creates a measurable loss of productivity for large and small employers alike. It is common practice for employers to avoid dealing with such issues. This seminar defines the impact of depression in the work place while offing specific corporate strategies in preventing and managing behavioral health disability.
For further information on the CE education services and fees please contact:
Kenneth Mitchell, Ph.D.