4658(3) (A) If, within 60 days of a disability becoming permanent and
stationary, an employer offers the injured employee regular work,
modified work, or alternative work, in the form and manner prescribed
by the administrative director, for a period of at least 12 months,
and regardless of whether the injured employee accepts or rejects the
offer, each disability payment remaining to be paid to the injured
employee from the date the offer was made shall be paid in accordance
with paragraph (1) and decreased by 15 percent.
(B) If the regular work, modified work, or alternative work is
terminated by the employer before the end of the period for which
disability payments are due the injured employee, the amount of each
of the remaining disability payments shall be paid in accordance with
paragraph (1) and increased by 15 percent. An employee who
voluntarily terminates employment shall not be eligible for payment
under this subparagraph. This paragraph shall not apply to an
employer that employs fewer than 50 employees.