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This video is from our 2016 Return to Work campaign that explains how you can have a better recovery with a safe Return to Work Plan.

This video is from our 2016 Return to Work campaign that explains how you can have a better recovery with a safe Return to Work Plan.

This video is from our 2016 Return to Work campaign that explains how you can have a better recovery with a safe Return to Work Plan.

This video is from our 2016 Return to Work campaign that explains how you can have a better recovery with a safe Return to Work Plan.

Learn more about the WCB’s history of helping Manitobans.

Learn more about the WCB’s history of helping Manitobans.

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Cette ressource est aussi disponible dans les langues suivantes : Anglais

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This resource is also available in the following languages: English

The WCB celebrates its 100th anniversary with appearances from Michael Werier, Chair of the WCB, John “Fighting Jack” Wilton, the “father of workers compensation” in Manitoba, and Noreen Duncan, daughter of Norman Elliott, the WCB’s first Rehabilitation Officer. Read the news release from the event.

The WCB celebrates its 100th anniversary with appearances from Michael Werier, Chair of the WCB, John “Fighting Jack” Wilton, the “father of workers compensation” in Manitoba, and Noreen Duncan, daughter of Norman Elliott, the WCB’s first Rehabilitation Officer. Read the news release from the event.

On Friday, October 25, 2019, the WCB awarded the organization's second annual Return to Work Award as part of the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce' Manitoba Business Awards ceremony at the Victoria Inn Hotel.

Presented and judged by the WCB, the award is given each fall to the Manitoba business that has developed the most outstanding Return to Work program. All applicants are evaluated based on their ability to develop a culture of Return to Work in their organization with measurable results.

The 2019 winner of the WCB Return to Work Award was Actionmarguerite, beating out fellow nominees Birchwood Automotive Group and Donwood Manor.

Actionmarguerite has invested heavily in people over the last few years, with pro-active programs like the Gentle Persuasive Approach in resident care and Return to Work for staff. It is this focus on people that helped them realize a decrease in work injury time loss by 87% over a three-year period at their three locations. Actionmarguerite has facilities in St. Boniface, St. Vital and the Maples in Winnipeg including one that provides services in French.

Each year, the Manitoba Business Awards recognizes businesses from all four corners of Manitoba that have achieved a standard of excellence in the community through their abilities, efforts and initiatives.

On Friday, October 25, 2019, the WCB awarded the organization's second annual Return to Work Award as part of the Manitoba Chambers of Commerce' Manitoba Business Awards ceremony at the Victoria Inn Hotel.

Presented and judged by the WCB, the award is given each fall to the Manitoba business that has developed the most outstanding Return to Work program. All applicants are evaluated based on their ability to develop a culture of Return to Work in their organization with measurable results.

The 2019 winner of the WCB Return to Work Award was Actionmarguerite, beating out fellow nominees Birchwood Automotive Group and Donwood Manor.

Actionmarguerite has invested heavily in people over the last few years, with pro-active programs like the Gentle Persuasive Approach in resident care and Return to Work for staff. It is this focus on people that helped them realize a decrease in work injury time loss by 87% over a three-year period at their three locations. Actionmarguerite has facilities in St. Boniface, St. Vital and the Maples in Winnipeg including one that provides services in French.

Each year, the Manitoba Business Awards recognizes businesses from all four corners of Manitoba that have achieved a standard of excellence in the community through their abilities, efforts and initiatives.

For free copies of this resource, email wcb@wcb.mb.ca with the resource name and quantities.

For free copies of this resource, email wcb@wcb.mb.ca with the resource name and quantities.

In this video, Dr. Sarvesh Logsetty from Health Sciences Centre explains that a gradual return to work with modified duties is good for injury recovery.

In this video, Dr. Sarvesh Logsetty from Health Sciences Centre explains that a gradual return to work with modified duties is good for injury recovery.