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Hear from both an injured worker and HR staff at Spokane's Eagle Group on how they adapted the worker's duties while he recovered from a work injury:
See how Seattle company Seaport Steel worked with an injured worker and his doctor to help him recover safely in a light-duty job:
This video focuses on the medical provider's role in identifying the duties an injured worker could perform in a light-duty job while they recover:
L&I's Small Business Liaison Celia Nightingale explains why Stay at Work makes sense for both employers and injured workers:
Watch this television ad about Jerry who was injured at work, was given a light-duty job by his employer and found he had a hidden talent.
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