Reduce workers' compensation claims and save money by implementing functional employment testing to guarantee your employment candidate can safely do the job.
While your employment candidates may seem qualified on paper, WorkSTEPS Pre-Employment Post-Offer Functional Employment Testing is designed and administered to help you determine if a candidate is capable of safely performing the essential functions of the job they’ve been offered.
On average, one in fourteen assessments result in a "not capable" determination, saving potential employers on average an estimated $38,000, for each such determination. Post-Offer Employment Testing with WorkSTEPS gives employers confidence that they've reduced the chance of injuries and improved workplace safety.
“10% of Americans have limitations in the kind of work they can safely perform.“
If an employer determines that they do not require a test as comprehensive as the WorkSTEPS pre-employment post-offer screening, WorkSTEPS has the ability to work with an employer to customize the testing process to deliver only those measurements and recommendations that an employer needs. We also have the ability to add additional measurements to a comprehensive pre-employment post-offer test. Additional WorkSTEPS screenings include:
The Upper Quadrant/Carpal Tunnel Testing is used to determine capability relative to repetitive job function, rather than heavy material handling tasks. This test may be used independently, as part of the comprehensive Pre-Employment Post-Offer Employment testing, or as a component to the Injured Worker Fit-for-Duty test if necessary.
WorkSTEPS offers hearing screenings, as well as color-blindness and visual acuity screenings as an optional add-on to the pre-employment post-offer functional assessment. The screenings are not diagnostic, and result in a normal/abnormal recommendation, at which point the candidate can be referred for additional medical clearance by a physician specialist.
It’s important that your employment decisions be based on objective, evidence-based determinations made by trained medical professionals adhering to a protocol that results in clear capable/not capable recommendations on new hire candidates.
All our testing programs are continuously reviewed by a national employment and labor law firm to ensure compliance with Equal Employment Opportunity Commission’s (EEOC) Uniform Guidelines on Employee Selection Procedures, as well as existing case law that impacts the use of post-offer employment testing in the workplace.
Contact Cindy today to learn more about WorkSTEPS Services, and how we can help you with the lowering injury rates and employee-related health costs.
Cindy Gallaher, Executive VP of Business Development
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