Widespread Use of Manual Processes in Total Absence Management (TAM) ROSELAND, N.
What does TAM stand for?
TAM stands for Total Absence Management (employee work absence)
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- Business, finance, etc.
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We have 237 other meanings of TAM in our Acronym Attic
- Third Avenue Management (various locations)
- Three-Axis Magnetometer
- Thyroid Awareness Month (January)
- Tile Assembly Model (mathematics)
- Time and Materials
- Tire Assembly Machine
- Tivoli Access Manager (IBM)
- Tokyo Automated Machinery
- Tool Aerospace Material
- Torrance Art Museum (Torrance, CA)
- Total Addressable Market
- Total Annual Market
- Total Available Market
- TotalNet Administration and Management Server (Fujitsu)
- Tower Asset Management (Tower Financial Services Group Limited; New Zealand)
- Toxoid Antitoxin Mixture
- Toyota Astra Motor (Indonesia)
- Trace Assertion Method
- Trade Assessment Mechanism (EU)
- Traditional and Alternative Medicine
Samples in periodicals archive:
For MetLife, its Total Absence Management Solution provides employers a single point-of-leave intake and detailed tracking reports.
Two other areas are particularly prized by the Mayo Recovery and Claims Services group: its Integrated Disability Management system and its Total Absence Management system.
During the past year, she implemented a total absence management program for a large transportation firm, conducted a competitive RFP and bidding process for a large energy company, and assisted several firms in assigning the feasibility of funding disability and life coverages through their captive insurance companies.
Our industry has made significant advances in recent years through integrated disability and total absence management strategies.
3 million short-term members, 1 million long-term members and 700,000 members in total absence management, which includes the Family Medical Leave Act.
A NATURAL FIT From a disability management perspective, there has been an evolution over time toward total absence management.
Customers with 1,000 or more employees that have MetLife Insured Group Disability are eligible to implement the new Total Absence Management Solution with effective dates of January 1, 2010.