Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work National Online Dialogue — Extended Through Today, April 21

There is still time to participate in the Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work National Online Dialogue! You have until end of day today (11:59 PM ET) to post your ideas on ways states can develop initiatives or programs, or institute policy changes, that support workers in the transition back to work. This crowdsourcing event is hosted in support of the ODEP SAW/RTW Policy Collaborative's efforts to develop strategies and practices to promote the return-to-work process for workers who become injured or experience disabling conditions. Your contributions to this virtual discussion will play an integral role in informing the efforts to develop policy steps to promote timely and effective strategies to support individuals who need SAW/RTW services and supports to remain in the labor force.

• Participate in the SAW/RTW National Online Dialogue
• Learn more about Stay-at-Work/Return-to-Work