High Confidence, Low Scores
When it comes to disability readiness, employers feel confident in their ability to provide for their employees — but actual practice scores are low.
- Fewer than half are tracking their absence or disability programs.
- Fewer than half have formal return-to-work or stay-at-work plans.
What's the risk? Lack of self-assessment could lead to misunderstandings about program effectiveness — ultimately hurting employees by not providing the tools they need to stay at work or return to work.