Which workers were where? Patterns of time off, disability, WC, and FMLA during the COVID-19 shutdown

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COVID-19 has changed every aspect of human interaction—where, when, how, how often, how many—a fact especially true for business. The pandemic has altered the definition of attendance and absence—being away is not the same as not working; virtual appointments don’t require that we leave. Work from home will likely become work from anywhere, changing how we perceive lost time. Our previous webinar identified at-risk jobs and measured productivity outcomes during stay at home. This one will build on that, exploring the patterns and sources of lost time during the shutdown. Which types of absence increased, and which become more common and for whom? These integrated findings have implications for planning as some workers return and others adjust to what may be a permanent work-from-home status.

Join an interactive discussion featuring our experts:

  • Jennie Wheeler, AVP integrated data analytics, Workpartners
  • Justin Schaneman, Consulting Services Practice lead, Workpartners
  • Todd Hohn, CSP, managing director, employee health and safety, ONEGas

We’ll share what we’ve learned during the COVID-19 outbreak and explore how going beyond medical claims can help plan workforces for the future, including:

  • What impact COVID-19 has had on absenceFMLA, disability, incidental, and workers’ comp
  • How absence patterns can vary for different types of workers
  • How absence utilization varies based on employee and family risk levels
  • How the use of virtual medical appointments has changed

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Key Speakers
  • AVP, Integrated Data Analytics
    Workpartners
    June 10
  • Consulting Services Practice Lead
    Workpartners
    June 10
  • Managing Director, Employee Health
    and Safety
    ONEGas
    June 19
  • Associate Editor of Employee Benefit News and Employee Benefit Adviser
    September 25