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If a person is off work for 20 days the chance of returning to work is

70%

Not all injuries result in time away from work. For those that do, more than 70% of workers return to work within 13 weeks of sustaining their injury.

Evidence has shown that the earlier a worker returns to work, the better their chances of recovery.

Recovery from physical injuries and a return to normal life can reduce stress and other mental health issues for the worker.

For employers, it can help to promote a positive work culture, improve attendance and performance and enhance productivity. Similarly, earlier return to work also helps to reduce claim and premium costs.