Post Offer Employee Testing
- Determines if the Employee can Perform Critical Job Demands
- Based on Job Description
- Most Effective When Used in Conjunction with a Ergonomic/ Job Site Analysis
CAM offers Post Offer of Employee Testing Services as part of our Workers' Compensation/Rehabilitation Program. Post offer testing is performed after a job offer and is designed to determine if the employee can physically perform the critical job demands prior to starting in the actual position. Post offer testing is individually designed based on each job description/position.
Some components of our testing include: Musculoskeletal evaluations, cardiovascular status, static and dynamic strength evaluations, risk profiling, and job specific components. Our employment tests are not only used for determining an employee’s ability to perform his/her job safely but also used as baselines for rehabilitation and recovery should an injury occur. These tests can also identify potential ergonomic risks that could lead to future injuries and provides information to allow the employer to place the potential employee in the physically appropriate job thereby minimizing the potential risk for injury.
In addition to reducing new injuries and their related costs, employers who utilize CAM's employment testing experience reductions in lost time, increased worker productivity, decreased turnover, and diminished incidences of fraud and abuse. It is estimated that for every $1 spent on a post offer test an employer realizes a $22 savings in workers' compensation costs. Thereby making post offer testing a cost effective tool for the employer.