JRS has a staff experienced in physical and occupational therapy, as well as exercise physiology, and ergonomic assessments. We provide services to employers that offer an alternative to the "same old way" of managing worker's comp on the back end.

By becoming a licensee of the WorkSTEPS®employment testing program for new hires and continuing to provide other services to facilitate a return to work of injured workers (Job Analysis, Work Conditioning, Functional Capacity Evaluations), it became our mission to be THEsource for assisting employers to implement an effective HIRE to RETIRE program for their employees.

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Pre-Employment Screening

Pre-Employment Screening

Pre-employment tests are an objective and standardized way of collecting data on potential employees during the hiring process. They are an efficient and dependable way of gathering insights into the abilities of applicants. Pre-employment screenings are a great way for an organization to find the right person to fill a position.

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“We've Always Done It This Way"

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As a matter of doing business, your day-to-day processes will be used and evaluated to determine what is efficient and creating the outcomes that you expect. Sometimes it takes bravery or extra resources to change course when something doesn’t work, but if it doesn’t work, change will be necessary eventually. Even if a process is working fine, that doesn’t mean you won’t find something that will work even better or perhaps enhance what you already have.

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What is WorkSTEPS®

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According to a 2008 Census survey, one in ten Americans between the ages of 18 to 64 have some kind of disability. This means that there is a ten percent chance that a new hire will have some kind of physical limitation that restricts the type or the amount of work they can perform. Research also states that 75 percent of work related injuries will occur from that same 10 percent and 80 percent of the costs. Unfortunately, workers' compensation assumes that all workers are perfect when they are hired and whatever happens to the employee was caused by the job.

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