Welcome to the core values MiniSA™! A small sampling of our ComprehensiveSA™ (Situational Analysis) which is designed to effectively analyze the capacity of a workplace to manage absenteeism. Upon completion of the MiniSA™, you will be provided with your organization’s two most critical disability management issues, as indicated by the assessment. Of course, we would be pleased to sit down with your organization to complete the ComprehensiveSA™ – just contact us by phone, fax or e-mail. Begin the MiniSA: 1. Does your organization currently have an Absence and Disability Management program in place?*YesNo2. Which of the following BEST describes your organization's Absence and Disability Management program?*It's in the design and development phasesIt has potential, but still needs major improvements to be successfulWe have experienced some successes, but more is neededWe have an ideal program3. Does the entire organization support the Absence and Disability Management program?*Yes, every part of the organization stands behind the programCertain parts or levels of the organization buy into the programSupport for the program is limited or negligibleNo, the idea of managing absence and disability is new to this organization4. Which of the following BEST describes how people in your organization view their disability benefits?*I don't know what the common view isThere are no common views or expectationsIt's a benefit, with an expectation that they will be actively involved in their recovery, rehabilitation and return-to-workIt's an entitlement5. Are sufficient financial resources available as an investment in the Absence and Disability Management program?*NoYesUnsure6. Does your Absence and Disability Management program practice early involvement for all absences?*YesNoInvolvement is sporadic or is never practicedInvolvement often occurs several weeks or more following the original absence7. Is there an individual or a group within your organization responsible for administering the Disability Management program?*YesNo8. Which of the following BEST describes how your organization handles absences that are found NOT to be disability-related (i.e., job dissatisfaction, employment issues, early retirement, etc.)?*Specific individuals are dedicated to handling such absences; however, they are often challenged when it comes to handling such absences and have limited success in appropriately addressing the absenceSpecific individuals are dedicated to handling such absences and often succeed in appropriately addressing the absenceInconsistently; some are addressed, while others continue as a disability claimAll absences are handled as if they are legitimate disabilitiesUnsure9. Does your organization handle absence and claims of disability consistently, regardless of whether they are work-related or occurred away from work?*NoYesUnsure10. Does your organization readily return people to the work site, even if they cannot perform their full job duties?*Yes, it is a process that supports consistent and reasonable accommodationIt is a selective process, without consistent or reasonable applicationNobody returns to our organization unless they're '100%'People who "go on disability" almost never return to the work site11. Does your organization maintain a current Physical/Psychological Demands Analysis (PDA) for each position?*Yes and all PDAs are kept current and completeWe have PDAs, but they have not been kept current or are incomplete (or both)No, but we would like toI'm not sure why I would need PDAs12. Which of the following BEST describes how the Absence and Disability Management program is communicated within your organization?*Communication systems and methods are customized to meet the needs of the organizationFormal, but inappropriate and/or ineffectiveInformal (i.e., word of mouth, first-hand experience, ad hoc meetings)I'm not sure how our Absence and Disability Management program is communicated13. How are absences tracked in your organization?*All absences are tracked and the information is used to enhance our programOnly certain types of absences are trackedAbsences are not formally and consistently trackedAll absences are tracked but the information is not used to its advantage14. Which of the following BEST describes your organization's system for evaluating the effectiveness of your Absence and Disability Management program?*We have a comprehensive system, providing readily available and meaningful informationThe information is tracked and the results are meaningful, but not readily availableThe information is tracked and readily available, but the results are not meaningfulNo evaluation system is in placeContact Name*Email* Phone*Company Name*City, Province/State*CommentsThis field is for validation purposes and should be left unchanged.