Category ten – Best demonstrated leadership in return to work
This award recognises outstanding leadership in rehabilitation and return to work practices implemented by an individual or organisation.
Entries from categories seven to nine that demonstrate strong leadership in rehabilitation and return to work are eligible for nomination to category ten. Finalists will be nominated by the judging panels for categories seven to nine.
To be eligible nominees must:
- have demonstrated excellence in leadership that has improved rehabilitation and/or return to work outcomes for injured workers and/or businesses
- be an individual or organisation working in Queensland within the Queensland workers’ compensation scheme.
The winner of category ten will be decided by an Office of Industrial Relations executive panel, and will be the nominee who best demonstrates:
- Rehabilitation and return to work leadership – Senior management demonstrates, through actions and decisions, that a positive return to work culture is a core workplace priority. Senior management consults with and gains the support of staff in promoting and fostering a positive rehabilitation and return to work culture.
- Commitment to continuous improvement and consultation - The organisation/individual’s rehabilitation and return to work initiative/s are usable, cost effective, and innovative, and were developed with input from a range of stakeholders and staff.
- Commitment to sharing knowledge and experience - The initiative/s have broader application across other workplaces and industries, and positive feedback has been received from industry about the initiative/s.
- Last updated
- 18 October 2017
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