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  • Wednesday, November 09, 2016
  • 11:45 AM - 1:00 PM
  • Shoreline Center - Alumni Room

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Joyce Allen

Return-to-Work Outreach (Claims) Specialist


WA Dept. of Labor & Industries
7273 Linderson Way SW   

PO Box 44140  

Olympia, WA 98504

360-902-4978

joyce.allen@lni.wa.gov 


When a worker is injured on the job, Worker’s Compensation covers the medical costs. However, compensable claims (wage replacement) can be very costly to the employer’s rates. There are two reimbursement programs that can financially support a Return to Work Culture. 

The Stay at Work Program offers a 10,000 financial incentive to employers if they bring their injured workers back to work while on restrictions. 

The Legislature has recently enhanced the Preferred Worker Program to offer an incentive when the restrictions change from temporary to permanent. 

These two programs together are legislatively created reimbursements and can reimburse employers over $36,000. 


For more information contact: Judy Smith

shorelinechamber@gmail.com

206-361-2260




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