Working with an injury, illness or disability

The Stay at Work/Return to Work Program provides support for UBC faculty and staff who are dealing with an injury, illness or disability. The program offers faculty and staff information and services they can use to keep working, or to return to work while managing a medical impairment or disability.

Who qualifies for the program

The Stay at Work/Return to Work Program is for UBC Vancouver staff and faculty and can help if you're currently:

  • off work due to an illness, injury or disability
  • working, but have been finding work challenging due to a medical condition or impairment

If you are based at the Okanagan campus review the WRAP information on the UBCO HR website



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