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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQs)

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Return-To-Work (RTW) Education & Training  

If you have a question regarding WSI programs or services you may find the answer under a link in this FAQ section. If you haven’t found the answer and still have questions, feel free to contact WSI customer service at 701-328-3800; toll free at 800-777-5033; or email us at ndwsi@nd.gov


Return-to-Work (RTW)

How should a transitional work program be implemented?

WSI does encourage all employers to have a transitional work program to enhance the return-to-work of their employees. A transitional work program will require good communication, education and an understanding by everyone of the work options and responsibilities. WSI recommends the offer for a transitional work position be made in writing outlining the employment within the work restrictions. This will assist in the understanding of what is being offered and expectations are clearly outlined. To assist with this written offer, WSI does have a “Transitional Job Offer form” available under the library section of our website.

Does WSI pay for the salary of an employee for employers when coordinating return-to-work functions?

WSI does have staff hired to work with employers if they need assistance in developing a return-to-work or transitional work program. WSI does not cost share or pay for the salary of an employee that an employer would choose to hire for the RTW role.

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