Learning from Returning III - Return to Work Fund 2011-2012 Annual Evaluation Report
This publication reports on the third year of WISeR's evaluation of the project. In the three years since its commencement, WISeR has monitored and evaluated a number of training and job placement projects, motivation and support projects and business engagement projects that have all provided a range of innovative programs, support and activities for injured workers.
Understanding Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinators in South Australia
This report depicts four cases studies that reinforce the importance of recognised fundamental ingredients for successful return to work. Findings illustrate the pivotal contribution Rehabilitation and Return to Work Coordinators (RRTWCs) can make to the Return to Work (RTW) process.
The Role of the Workplace in Return to Work
The return to work of an injured worker is influenced by a range of factors - some that relate to the worker, some to the environment outside of the workplace, and some to the workplace itself. WorkCover SA commissioned the Australian Institute for Social Research at the University of Adelaide to undertake a research project designed to increase understanding of the factors in the workplace that affect the achievement of positive return-to-work outcomes.
State of South Australia Updates
The State of South Australia Publication is scheduled to be published every two years, the first being 2005. In the alternating years, we hope to produce a series of updates from a selection of authors around key areas of public policy. Copies of the 2006 Updates can be downloaded from the Australian institute of Social Research Website at http://www.aisr.adelaide.edu.au/pubs/stateofsa/2006/
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