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Profile: Supervisors who support modified duties

Gabrielle Lis

Supervisors who show concern and respect for workers, who have the autonomy to make decisions about job modifications, and who rate their organisation highly in terms of disability management are likely to support modified duties.

The Job Accommodation Scale (JAS) is a 21-item questionnaire that was developed and tested in 2014. It measures employer support for temporary job modifications as part of the process of return to work. The JAS assesses employer willingness to assist injured workers using five broad types of job modification: Modifying the physical workload; Modifying the work environment; Modifying the work schedule; Finding alte...

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