Managing Cancer at Work

The Cancer Workplace Landscape

Employees who could work during treatment often don’t — even though it might be their preference
Supervisors and managers are often lost in terms of knowing how to react to the needs of employees facing cancer
As average retirement age increases, so will the number of working cancer survivors
Caregivers of cancer patients may see their work impacted just as profoundly as the cancer patients themselves
Managing Cancer at WorkTM can help you address all of these issues

MCaWTM Key Features

Designed for the workplace; best-of-class tools and visual information for managers and employees
Provides personalized nurse navigation & follow-up at each stage of the cancer journey
Enables managers and employees to identify viable work options for employees with cancer
Prevention and education programs are the best tools to help reduce risk and mitigate growing costs
Improved screening rates will detect cancer earlier, require less treatment and save lives in your insured population
Reports on website utilization, navigator engagement, and user satisfaction

Why Does Your Organization Need MCaWTM?

Employees diagnosed with cancer will face
months of treatment
Employees may assume that they cannot work during
cancer treatment, and often this is not the case
Many employees find it important to work because it keeps
their lives “normal” while they undergo treatment
A supportive and flexible work environment will enable
the employer and employee to maximize the potential
for productive work during treatment
This can lead to increased employee well-being, reduced draw
on sick time, and lower use of long and short term disability
Better prepared supervisors and managers can plan
appropriately, and optimize productivity, even if
the employee is unable to work