ReEmployAbility to Showcase Specialty Return-to-Work Program at RIMS 2015 Conference

ReEmployAbility, Inc. is pleased to announce its participation in the upcoming RIMS 2015 Annual Conference & Exhibition in New Orleans, Louisiana. The company will showcase its specialty Return-to-Work programs at booth #1231.

Tampa, FL, April 16, 2015 --( ReEmployAbility, the largest national provider of specialty early return-to-work (RTW) services and transitional employment programs, is pleased to announce its participation in the upcoming RIMS 2015 Annual Conference & Exhibition. The company is exhibiting at booth #1231 during the three-day conference that takes place April 26 to 29 in New Orleans, Louisiana.

“The Annual RIMS Conference and Exhibition is a highly anticipated industry event for our team,” said ReEmployAbility co-founder, Debra Livingston. “This event provides a prime opportunity to showcase our innovative Return-to-Work services, network with industry leaders, and meet with our clients from across the nation. The energy and unique atmosphere of New Orleans will make this year’s even truly special. RIMS ’15 will be the perfect venue for ReEmployAbility to unveil some of the changes we are introducing this year, including a fresh new look for our exhibit, and extending the Transition2Work program to employers as a temporary modified duty solution for non-occupational disabilities.”

Conference participants are invited to visit ReEmployAbility at booth #1231 to learn more about ReEmployAbility’s proprietary early return to work program, Transition2Work®, that places injured workers at local non-profit organizations to perform light duty work as a means of transitioning back to the workforce while they heal. ReEmployAbility will host several activities at the booth, including free tarot card readings, a drawing for an Apple iPad, and filming clients’ Transition2Work stories.

RIMS 2015 is an annual conference and exhibition hosted by The Risk Management Society, a global not-for-profit organization that represents more than 3,500 risk industry organizations and serves a membership of more than 11,000 risk management professionals around the world.
Rebecca Dearth