Return-to-work Program

Return-to-work Program,

Return-to-work Program Definition:

  1. An after-injury program that takes injured employees to a specific type of work as soon as possible from a medical point of view. Even when injured workers are weakened, temporary or modified assignments can be assigned based on shortcomings. The net result is a reduction in the cost of compensation associated with the claim.

Literal Meanings of Return-to-work Program


Meanings of Return:
  1. Come or go to a place or a person.

  2. Return, sort or give (something) to a place or someone.

  3. Come back or take (win)

  4. Choose the position (of voters) (one person or party).

  5. Continue (wall) in different directions, especially at right angles.

  6. The act of leaving or returning to a place or activity.

  7. Return on investment

  8. A formal report or statement was sent in response to the formal request.

  9. Election in office.

  10. There was a push of a button to return the typewriter's electric vehicle to a certain position. Keys pressed on a computer keyboard to mimic the return of a carriage in a word processing program or to indicate the end of a data command or configuration.

Sentences of Return
  1. Back to Canada in the fall

  2. Fill out the registration form and send it to this address

  3. The company made a profit of 3.4 million

  4. Democrats have been sent back to the third district

  5. Celebrate your safe return from war

  6. The product area is designed to achieve maximum efficiency.

Synonyms of Return

go back, come back, get back, arrive back, arrive home, come home, come again, give back, send back, hand back, take back, carry back, yield, bring in, earn, make, realize, secure, net, gross, clear, pay out, fetch, pocket


Meanings of To:
  1. Identify the person or thing in question.

  2. You face trouble or anxiety (some in particular some summaries)

  3. It is used with the root form of the verb to indicate that it is ineffective.

  4. If the missing verb is clearly understood, it is used without the following verb.

Sentences of To
  1. She married her cousin John

  2. He left his bicycle tied to the fence

  3. It's not what it used to be

  4. He asked her to come, but she said she didn't want to

Synonyms of To

in the direction of, to, toward, so as to approach, so as to near, secure, secured, fastened, tight, firmly fixed


Meanings of Work:
  1. Activities that involve physical or mental effort to achieve a goal or outcome.

  2. To do something for a task or assignment that someone or something has to do.

  3. Did something or did something.

  4. A place or place for industrial activity, usually preparation.

  5. Operational parts of a watch or other machine.

  6. Defense structure

  7. Strength training to overcome resistance or make molecular changes.

  8. Everything that is needed, desired or expected.

  9. Participate in physical or mental activities to get work results.

  10. (Machine or system) working or working, especially accurately or efficiently.

  11. (Plan or procedure) will have the desired result or effect.

  12. (Ingredients or compounds) Bring hammers, knives or other means to the desired shape or consistency.

  13. Move slowly or with difficulty, or usually with constant movement or pressure, move to another location.

  14. Put yourself in certain situations, especially emotional states.

Sentences of Work
  1. I'm tired after a long day at work

  2. Make sure things work out

  3. His work appears in some of America's most important collections

  4. Find a job in the workshop

  5. He could almost hear the chess pieces

  6. To the north of the fort was a newly constructed moat and siege by the Patriots.

  7. Pedestrian muscles need to work this amount to convert the lost kinetic energy lost at each step.

  8. He worked hard

Synonyms of Work

labour, toil, exertion, effort, slog, drudgery, the sweat of one's brow, tasks, jobs, duties, assignments, commissions, projects, handiwork, doing, act, deed, feat, performance, factory


Meanings of Program:
  1. A series of actions or activities related to a specific long-term goal.

  2. A set of coded software instructions used to control the operation of a computer or other machine.

  3. Regular broadcasts of television or radio presentations or articles, especially at specific times.

  4. A sheet or brochure detailing the items or artists at an event or show

  5. Provides coded instructions (on a computer or other machine) to perform tasks automatically.

  6. Set a plan or schedule.

  7. Game (article)

Sentences of Program
  1. Comprehensive reform program

  2. As a result, processing power is quickly determined by software that compiles computer programs into machine code.

  3. Nature program

  4. Theater program

  5. Just a computer program to recognize these symbols

  6. The station does not display modern works

Synonyms of Program

scheme, plan, plan of action, initiative, series of measures, project, strategy, solution, program, software, routine, use, broadcast, production, show, presentation, transmission, performance, telecast, simulcast, videocast, podcast, guide, list of artistes

Return-to-work Program,

Return-to-work Program Definition:

  • Injury programs that return injured employees to a specific type of work as soon as possible. Even when injured workers are discharged, temporary assignments or modified assignments may be made to cover absenteeism. The end result is a reduction in the cost of compensation.

Literal Meanings of Return-to-work Program


Meanings of Return:
  1. (Selectors) select (a person or party) for the office.

  2. A typewriter has a mechanism or key that returns the vehicle to a designated position at the beginning of a new line.

  3. The part away from the faade line, for example the opening of a house wall or window.

Sentences of Return
  1. Back to the United States at the end of the fall

  2. City of Glasgow fires 11 Labor MPs

  3. Celebrating a safe return from war.

Synonyms of Return

select, submission, dossier, dividend, vote in, file, percentage, replace, statement, returns, data, document, profit, adopt, repay, reinstall, journal, elect, report, put back, reinstate, account, remit, pay back, income, register, information, homecoming, paper, restore


Meanings of To:
  1. Perspective or scope (special circumstances).

  2. Identify the person or thing under discussion or accept something.

  3. Debt is taken into account before entry.

  4. Used to indicate with the root form of the verb that the verb is infinite.

  5. So off or almost off.

Sentences of To
  1. You are very rude to him.

  2. He was asked to come, but he said he did not want to come


Meanings of Work:
  1. Do something or work.

  2. Something or things that have been done or are the result of an action.

  3. (Plan or method) has the desired effect or effect.

  4. With a hammer, kneader, etc. (ingredients or mixture) bring the desired shape or consistency.

  5. Name items or parts made of specific materials or with specific tools.

Sentences of Work
  1. He can almost hear the throbbing of the pieces.

  2. The moat north of the fort was rebuilt and besieged by patriots.

  3. The sky is the limit: lightning, hail, work

  4. Disappointment worked.

  5. Make a paste with your hands

  6. Comb the hair from head to toe, tying the ends.

Synonyms of Work

mill, squeeze, agitate, turn the trick, stir (up), service, come off, movement, galvanize, drive, be successful, slave (away), plug away, take effect, work one's fingers to the bone, work one's guts out, have the desired result, work one's ■■■/■■■■ off, work day and night, pay off, inflame, negotiate, the whole shebang, grind, industry, do the trick, bullock, be efficacious


Sentences of Program
  1. Nature's programs

  2. Programming a computer to recognize symbols is a simple matter.

  3. We learn to plan our lives.

  4. Station program very modern work

Synonyms of Program

arrange, film, organize, line up, lay out, chat show, docudrama, application, schedule, timetable, (piece of) software, episode, play, instalment, instance, comedy, slate, playbill, map out, phone-in, newscast, documentary, magazine (programme), prearrange