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    February Luncheon

    Date: February 14, 2018, 12:00pm – 1:30pm
    Kitsap Golf and Country Club
    3885 Northwest Golf Club Hill Road
    Bremerton, WA 98312
    $26.34 WSHRMA member; $36.89 Non-WSHRMA Member including processing fees
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    Please join us for our February Luncheon:

    Know your L&I Financial Incentive Programs and how to Create a Return-to-Work Culture with Joyce Allen-Labor and Industries Outreach Specialist

    Stay at Work Program:  You may qualify for wage and expense reimbursements for providing your worker transitional or light duty work while under temporary restrictions. The benefits include:

    • Wage reimbursement - Base Wages (50%) paid for hours worked (up to $10,000)
    • Reimbursement for some of the cost of training, tools or clothing the worker needs to do the light-duty or transitional work (up to $2,500 for equipment; $1,000 for training; and $400 for clothing per claim)

    Preferred Worker Program: You may qualify for wage and expense reimbursements as well as a continuous employment benefit when you provide your worker with a medically approved long term job while under permanent restrictions. The benefits include:

    • Financial protection against subsequent claims during the preferred worker certification period
    • Premium reduction
    • Wage reimbursement
      • Base Wages (50%) for hours worked (Up to $10,000)
      • Clothing necessary to perform job (Up to $400)
      • Tools and Equipment necessary to perform job (Up to $2,500)
    • Bonus incentive for 12 months of continuous employment (Up to $10,000)

    BIO: Joyce Allen has 12 years of claim management experience and is one of Labor & Industries’ Outreach Specialist for the Return-to-Work Incentive Programs. Joyce uses a collaborative approach with employers to save them money by bringing injured workers back to work. 

    We look forward to seeing you there!