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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How a Routine Screen Can Save You Thousands of Dollars


Fit for duty testing (FFD) is a fantastic tool for employers because it qualifies the safety of the employee to return to regular or modified duty as relates to the essential functions of the job. However, if the employee cannot meet their job demands, the solution often is to send them back to the doctor for more treatment, place them on light duty, etc. Up until recently, there was no system in place to determine if the employee is self-limited in their effort, rather than demonstrating a full maximum effort.

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Job Ready Services - Definitions


It came to our attention recently that we use quite a few acronyms and abbreviations here at Job Ready Services so we thought we would clear up any confusion and spell things out for you. Here is a list of definitions to the terms that we most often use at Job Ready.

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Why is Work Conditioning a Frequent Recommendation in an FCE?

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There is a perception that FCEs are used as a marketing tool for work conditioning. In many of the invalid (and some valid) FCEs, work conditioning is offered as one recommendation. However, let’s examine some reasons why this is so.

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