Handling Disability Management Cases - End of the Process
Disability Management in the Federal Public Service
When the employee is back at work with no restrictions, or with an accommodation plan that has been successfully implemented, managers should complete the injury, illness and disability process with whichever of the following steps are appropriate to the situation:
- Follow up on the employee's condition and monitor the situation to determine whether any further action is needed, such as a reassessment. Continue to document in the case file the steps taken.
- If the employee returns to work after a leave without pay, Compensation must be advised that the employee is back at work on the first day of the employee's return.
- If the case included a workers' compensation claim, complete any applicable paperwork.
- If required, review performance expectations for the cycle in collaboration with the employee and adjust accordingly. For more information, consult a Performance Management Advisor.
- Ensure that the case file is complete, including all applicable forms, and is retained in accordance with the Treasury Board's Policy Framework for Information and Technology.
- What Triggered the Case?
- Initial Responsibilities
- Claims Process Map
- Work Related: Employee Will Go on Leave
- Non-Work Related: Employee will go on Leave
- Reasons for Requesting a Medical Certificate to Support an Employee's Leave
- Priority Entitlement
- Return to Work
- Medical Assessment
- Accommodation: Developing and Implementing an Individual Accommodation Plan
- Accommodation: The individual Accommodation Plan was Not successful
- Accommodation: The Employee Does Not Accept the Accommodation Offered
- Accommodation of Duties, Key Activities and Job Standards
- Accommodation: Exploring Alternative Accommodation Options
- Employee Is Unable To Return To Work: Options
- End of the Process
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