This week’s STEEEP Huddle topic – submitted by Michael Miller, manager, Workers’ Compensation and Employee Safety, focuses on Temporary Alternative Duty (TAD), a MLH policy that provides modified work to employees while they recover from their on-the-job injury. Last year, 177 MLH employees were accommodated under TAD and provided 7,611 days of meaningful work to MLH. Adherence to MLH’s TAD policy supports an equitable work environment by providing accommodations to employees who suffer an on-the-job injury. Managers and leaders support an equitable work environment by providing TAD to their employees who have suffered injury.
The STEEEP Huddle topics are posted on the Performance Excellence 2020 site at landing.mainlinehealth.org/PE2020.