According to Edwin Quick, chair-elect of the Certification of Disability Management Specialists Commission, a single-track, separate view of benefits plans is over. Disability management plans, in particular, need to be integrated into an entire benefits program rather than being reserved for return-to-work and stay-at-home purposes.

In an article published on the Society for Human Resources Management’s website, Quick pointed out that employers these days “need a holistic view of employees’ needs,” and should meet those needs through a variety of benefit programs ranging from health care coverage, to wellness coaching, to ergonomic assessments, to disability management.

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