Julie Taylor

Julie Taylor


Manager, Employer Return to Work Program, Return to Work Services


Julie Taylor has been involved in varying aspects of disability management formally for 14 years starting with injury reporting, moving to private insurance, gaining her CDMP (certified disability management professional) and CEBS (certified employee benefits specialist) designations, then moving on to the employer side with a focus on accommodations and return-to-work, arriving at WorkSafeBC in 2018 initially as a Case Manager and now in Employer Return to Work Programs where her past experiences come together. Julie is proud to be a part of the system keeping workers safe and helping them regain their lives through return to health and assisting employers as they help their employees regain their work life.

In addition to disability management, Julie has experience in manufacturing, sales, food services, food & beverage production, credit services, and wholesale. She also spent many years as an athletic therapist for high level lacrosse and rugby, and even more years involved in the coaching, refereeing, administration, and playing rugby.

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