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It may not be an easy task to bring back an injured worker, but the financial benefits can be significant and it goes well beyond the money. (Photo: Shutterstock)

Despite the best training and safety equipment a company may provide, accidents happen. Carrying workers’ compensation coverage is legally required, but relying on your carrier is not enough.

To keep claim costs low and premiums reasonable, a carefully tailored, well-executed return-to-work (RTW) policy, crafted to the particular business or industry, is critical. Here’s how to accomplish the goal.

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