Preparing for employees to take a disability leave for an illness or injury can be a stressful experience for benefit and HR managers. With a full plate of work on top of arranging for reasonable accommodations, it can be difficult for managers to figure out where to start the process and when — or how — to bring in resources.

Recent data from Standard Insurance Company (The Standard) shows that only 37% of HR managers are confident in the way their organization handles employee disabilities and accommodations.[1] Although there are common pain points that many HR managers experience, managing and executing reasonable accommodations doesn’t have to be difficult — especially with the help of a disability carrier.

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