Supporting employees through their return to work

As an employer, you play a critical role in the success of the return-to-work (RTW) process. There are many things you can do just before, during and after an employee’s return. In this online toolkit you’ll find:

  • Two training videos and a handbook for people leaders
  • A training video and handbook for employees who are returning to work from a disability leave

Share these resources in your organization. They can help you achieve positive return-to-work outcomes.

Resources for people leaders

Supporting an employee’s successful return
to work from disability leave

Legal obligations and
best practices

  Employer handbook: Best practices to support a successful employee return-to-work

Resources for employees

Getting ready for your return to work

  Employee handbook: Key practices for a successful, smooth, and sustainable return-to-work

Other Resources

   Research report

Our new research report in partnership with Ipsos identifies the steps and actions that can increase the chances of a successful return to work after a disability leave. Click here to read the report.

   Support for mental health – a focus on prevention and early intervention

Mental Health Strategy Toolkit

Build your custom workplace mental health strategy using our digital mental health strategy toolkit. It provides specific guidance and actionable tools and resources.

Mental health training videos for managers and employees

Create a mentally healthy workplace with these 5 free video modules.

   Health and Safety in the Workplace

Musculoskeletal Strategy Toolkit

Our free Musculoskeletal Strategy Toolkit can help you build your own strategy to prevent common musculoskeletal (MSK) injuries. Take a proactive approach to addressing these common workplace injuries.

   Diversity, equity & inclusion (DE&I)

Workplace Benefits DE&I playbook

Our DE&I Product Playbook is a free online resource to help you: 

  • Understand how to diversify your group benefits offering.
  • Identify opportunities for improvement based on the unique needs of your organization.
  • Attract and retain employees.