Disability and absence management

Explore issues that affect daily decisions on short- and long-term disability options, FMLA rules and regulations, return-to-work strategies, and absence management challenges.



How can employers help employees get back to work after a disability leave? Consider these useful tips and proven strategies — and discover pitfalls to be avoided. Find out more.

Navigating through disability

How does the disability claim process work? Who are the experts and advocates that help employees make the best use of vocational and clinical resources? Lincoln guides employees step by step, pointing out valuable plan features that aid in recovery and return to work. Find out more.

Absence management

Outsourcing absence management programs

When an employer outsources its absence management program, it can solve a wide range of administrative challenges. See how outsourcing helps save time, simplify a complex process and reduce risk. Watch the video.

Integrated absence administration

Lincoln provides tailored workforce solutions to help streamline a complex process and reduce risk — taking away the weight of handling details while keeping each company in control of its absence processes and results. Find out more.

Lincoln solutions

Lincoln disability and absence management capabilities work together to provide a complete and integrated solution. Learn more about:

Long-term disability
Short-term disability
Absence management

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