Archived Articles

Our archive houses articles that relate to past events and conferences, as well as RTW results from years past.

Consider the alternative: Part 9 - South Australia

contributorScott Sanderson

In our final article on the use of Alternative Dispute Resolution in Workers' Compensation...

RTW in the sunshine state

contributorSean Gleeson

Queensland has seen a slight drop in its durable return to work rate over the last year.

Tasmania takes a dip

contributorSean Gleeson

Recent regulatory changes are the likely cause of a slight drop in Tasmania's RTW performance.

RTW Trends in Queensland 2005-06 to 2010-11

contributorRTWMatters team

RTW rates have improved, but are still below the highs recorded in 2005-06.

As goes NSW, so goes the nation

contributorSean Gleeson

Like other eastern states, New South Wales return to work rates have lifted from GFC lows.

RTW Trends in Tasmania 2005-06 to 2010-11

contributorRTWMatters team

Return to work rates have been falling in Tasmania in the last two years, though there has been...

Comcare's RTW dilemma

contributorSean Gleeson

Return to work rates under Comcare's jurisdiction are falling, and a sharp rise in mental health...

RTW Trends in NSW 2005-06 to 2010-11

contributorRTWMatters team

NSW has largely mirrored the national rate over the last six years.

Consider the alternative: Part 3 - Victoria

contributorScott Sanderson

In the latest of our ongoing series on the use of dispute resolution in the context of worker's...

WorkCover SA on the road to nowhere?

contributorSean Gleeson

RTW rates in South Australia are trending downwards despite recent reforms.