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Webinar: Understanding and using “self-efficacy” in RTW – Ollie Black
Jun 05, 2018 at 4:00 PM AEST.


Webinar recording: Working with a Company Doctor - A Unique Medical Discipline
Dr James Crompton | Dr James Crompton discusses the role of the company doctor, including employer expectations, limitations and how they can help. ... read more >>
Do opioids for acute MSD pain help RTW?
RTWMatters team | Research seeking answers turned up more questions instead...... read more >>
How do workers decide when to return?
RTWMatters team | Top ten considerations that underlie decisions about the timing of RTW.... read more >>

Industry News

Published on May 22, 2018 | Imagine seeking psychological support after a series of traumatic experiences, only to be told the solution is to go home and sleep with your husband. According to a report in the Sydney Morning Herald, this was the experience of a NSW police Officer who sought help via the Employee Assistance Program (EAP) at her work.... read more >>
Impairment benefits explained
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18% higher risk of early death for active workers
Published on May 22, 2018 | Why? “People who are very active at work spend eight hours a day being active,” says Pieter Coenen, an occupational health researcher at VU University Medical Center in the Netherlands.... read more >>
What's the worst quality a boss can have?
Published on May 08, 2018 | We all have our pet peeves, but according to US workplace culture and compensation data-crunchers Comparably, many of us haaaaaaate micromanaging bosses. In an online survey of 2,248 anonymous workers, 39% said being a micromanager was the worse trait a boss could have.... read more >>