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ReEmployAbility Celebrates Two BLOOM Award Recipients, Making a Difference with Their Stories

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Brandon, Florida (Feb. 1, 2024) – ReEmployAbility is excited to announce that two ReEmployAbility employees have been recognized in their category for the BLOOM Awards. BLOOM (formerly InTouch) Excellence Awards, now in its eleventh year, has been an annual award and gala to celebrate people who make an impact in the workers’ compensation industry with outstanding achievement. They are happy to “celebrate and honor the most essential part of the worker’s compensation industry.” The BLOOM Awards are selected by votes from people within the Worker’s Compensation industry.

ReEmployAbility’s Nonprofit Relationship Manager, Lindsey Bressi, won the “Making A Difference Award” this year. The award recognizes the efforts of individuals and teams who have made a significant impact on the lives of injured workers. It celebrates the outstanding people and teams who have gone the extra mile to make a difference in the lives of the workers they support. As Nonprofit Relationship Manager, Bressi visits and works with nonprofits organizations across the country. Creating partnerships where nonprofits can take in Transition2Work volunteers. Often her work includes meeting with injured workers and hearing their stories firsthand. Not only does her work strengthen nonprofit organizations across the country, but her work also highlights all the good that comes from return-to-work programs. We are so grateful for the difference she is making for nonprofits and injured workers nationwide.

“It is truly an honor to be recognized by industry peers for the work I get to do every day at ReEmployAbility” exclaimed Bressi.  “I'm grateful that my job allows me the opportunity to connect with individuals and organizations nationwide who strive to make a difference in their communities. I'm grateful that I get to play a role in not only building and expanding our network of nonprofit partners, but also strengthening and nourishing our existing partnerships by supporting their missions.” She continued, “Every day I'm given the chance to learn more about the work our nonprofit partners do and how our light-duty participants can contribute to something great. I love getting to brainstorm different ways our company can support meaningful causes; how we can transform these light-duty assignments into life-changing opportunities and long-lasting connections to community. I love that our company is actively connecting people to greater purposes, and I love that I get to help make that happen.”

2023’s Podcast of the Year Award was bestowed to Todd Loomis as host of ReAudio: Reassessing Your Work Comp Toolbox. ReAudio is focused on telling stories of good in the worker’s compensation industry. His podcasts focus on how to elevate the field, by centering empathy and communication. Likewise, Loomis regularly interviews injured workers and their return-to-work journey, giving a voice to the injured worker. His work gives voice to those in the industry that are often left voiceless making a necessary impact within the worker’s compensation field.

In response to this award, Loomis stated, “When we came up with the idea of a podcast, our intent was to create a toolbox to help Workers Comp professionals get better at what they did. But as ReAudio grew into a platform for positive stories and human achievement, we found we had the ability to promote the positives of our industry to an outside world that has many misconceptions.” He concluded: “Selfishly I know it’s helped change my outlook too. What a humbling surprise to have won this recognition!”

Over the past twenty years, ReEmployAbility has experienced significant growth and is now the largest national provider of early return-to-work services and transitional employment. We proudly serve employers, insurance carriers, and third-party claims administrators across the country. Our Transition2Work® program offers a highly efficient and cost-effective solution for modified light-duty assignments. This program not only reduces claim costs but also allows injured employees the necessary time to heal. Through this program, we place injured workers in not-for-profit agencies for transitional duty, aiding them in their journey back to work. By connecting businesses with the community, ReEmployAbility positively impacts the lives of injured workers. We provide them with meaningful and secure transitional duties, exposing them to new experiences as they recover from injuries.

ReEmployAbility is proud of its employees and all the great work that they do in the industry. Congratulations on their accomplishments, their work is making a difference in telling much-needed stories.

BLOOM Magazine is a niche publication for Workers’ Compensation, Risk, Insurance, and Healthcare professionals. Its mission is, “to inform and empower readers to live their best lives professionally and personally.” 

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About ReEmployAbility:
With over 20 years in business, ReEmployAbility is the largest national provider of early return-to-work (RTW) services and transitional employment. Their Transition2Work® program offers employers a cost-effective solution to modified light duty assignments, reducing claim costs while giving the injured employee time to heal. Utilizing an accredited, national network of not-for-profit partners, they help employers accommodate injured workers in the transition back to workby connecting people to a greater purpose so they can have a better life. For more information, call 866-663-9880, or visit www.ReEmployAbility.com.

About BLOOM

Bloom is a unique platform that combines the power of a magazine and a vibrant community. We are fueled by purpose and dedicated to showcasing exceptional work and insights from the fields of workers' compensation, risk management, insurance, and healthcare. Our mission is to inspire professionals like you to connect, learn, and make a positive impact in your industries and beyond.

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