Rehabilitative employment means any occupation or employment for wage or profit or any course or training that entitles the disabled employee to an allowance, provided such rehabilitative employment has the approval of the employee’s doctor and the underwriter of the Plan. If earnings are received by an employee during a period of total disability and if such earnings are derived from employment which has not been approved as rehabilitative employment, then the regular monthly benefit from the Plan shall be reduced by one hundred percent (100%) of such earnings.
Rehabilitative employment means work in Any Occupation for which your training, education or experience will reasonably allow. The work must be approved by a Physician or a licensed or certified rehabilitation specialist approved by us. Rehabilitative Employment includes work performed while Partially Disabled, but does not include performing all the material duties of your Regular Occupation on a full-time basis.
Rehabilitative employment means working in any gainful occupation for which your training, education or experience will reasonably allow. The Rehabilitative Employment and a plan of rehabilitation must be supervised by a Physician or licensed rehabilitation specialist, and both must be approved by us. Rehabilitative Employment includes performing all of the material duties of your regular occupation on a part-time basis or some of the material duties on a full-time basis. It does not include performing all of the material duties of your regular occupation on a full- time basis.
Examples of Rehabilitative employment in a sentence
It is not reduced by wages earned while in Rehabilitative Employment.
More Definitions of Rehabilitative employment
Rehabilitative employment means remunerative employment while not yet fully recovered, following directly after the period of total disability for which benefits were received. When considering rehabilitative employment benefits, L.T.I.P. will take into account the employee’s training, education and experience. The rehabilitative benefit will be the monthly L.T.I.P. benefit less fifty percent (50%) of rehabilitative employment earnings. The benefit will continue during the rehabilitative employment period up to but not more than twenty-four (24) months. Rehabilitative employment may be with the Employer or with another employer.
Rehabilitative employment means any occupation or employment for wage or profit for which the protected person is reasonably qualified by education, training or experience, engaged in by the protected person while unable to fully perform her/his occupation as a result of sickness or accidental bodily injury.
Rehabilitative employment means any occupation or employment for compensation or profit for which you are reasonably fitted by training, education or experience provided such Rehabilitative Employment is performed during a period in which you are unable to perform any and every duty pertaining to your regular occupation.
Rehabilitative employment means any occupation, employment or undertaking for wages or profit, approved by the Board and undertaken by the member while unable because of sickness or injury to engage in any occupation or work on a full time basis or unable to fully perform the essential duties of any available position on the Service. In no event shall payment under this provision result in a member receiving more than 100% of his/her salary.