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Workplace Possibilities Program Coordinator

Todd Meier

Todd Meier

You could say there's a lot more to Todd Meier than his day job.

As a Workplace PossibilitiesSM program coordinator with The Standard, he helps employers by designing, implementing and managing on-site vocational services to assist employees in remaining at and/or returning to work, and providing ergonomic training. He also plays a lead role by coordinating and providing ergonomic assessments and accommodations for internal employees. He holds a master's degree in rehabilitation counseling and education, is a certified rehabilitation counselor and disability management specialist, and has completed coursework in ergonomics. His background truly helps guide his work, as he has experience working with disabled veterans and injured workers, as well as vast knowledge in ergonomics, counseling and aptitude testing.

Outside of work, Todd gets in touch with his creative side. He plays a variety of instruments from the basics, such as piano and saxophone, to the more obscure didgeridoo and berimbau (we had to look those up, too). He e

Posts by Todd Meier

Work and where we do it continues to challenge employers as we wrap up year two of the pandemic. How can you best support employees in all work scenarios? And how can the right disability insurance carrier enhance your support?
Employees working from home due to social distancing? Smart policy — but there’s a big potential for poor ergonomics. Use these tips for better laptop posture to help remote employees avoid discomfort and stay productive.
When considering how to accommodate an employee who is experiencing back pain, it is important to attempt to answer several questions to help assess the situation.
Identifying the right solution to accommodate a work restriction is not always obvious. Following a consistent analytical process can ensure key details are not missed, helping to avoid potential issues such as employee and employer frustration or a potential impact on employee safety.
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