Back to work

Someone's ability to do their job can be affected by health conditions, whether or not they are caused by work or at work.

Several laws are relevant when managing sick leave and return to work and these include the Equality Act, the Employment Rights Act and the Health and Safety at Work Act.

If you are returning to work after a lay-off due to an accident or injury it can be a daunting experience and your confidence may have taken a knock; a physical programme designed to build functional ability and strength could support that back-to-work process.

How we can help

Our focus is on 2 areas:

  • To help you return to work after an illness or injury
  • Help employees with chronic health conditions stay in work

We will work with your team to assess the areas that are concerning  and build a programme to address this; this may be through building confidence in work related activities or a more physical programme to build up functional ability and strength to have the physical capacity to do the job.

Our results

At NK Active we audit all of our data, so we can improve our service and make sure we are helping you achieve your goals.

We know that at least 97% of people are still doing all their work and daily activities once they have finished treatment - even 6, 12 and 18 months later.

Our team have also helped the fire service achieve a 800% ROI with reduced sickness and injuries at the work place.

Who is this for

For employers; the benefits of an earlier return to work are lower costs of sickness absence, return of experienced staff and reduced cost of training new staff.

For employees; an earlier return might mean avoiding loss of pay or disciplinary action and residing the negative effects of job insecurity and future career prospects.

For the self employed; return to earning, stability of contracts, improved relationships with subcontractors, reliability and ability to build your business.

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