Benefits paid to injured workers and costs for employers in the workers’ comp system seem to be following the economic environment. A new report shows the increases corresponded to an improving economy.
Who’s in favor of employee involvement? Practically everybody. But the real question is, how do you make it work?
Originally posted Ken Bensinger on September 25, 2013 on http://www.latimes.com The National Football League’s increasingly visible injury legacy has become a topic of national debate, one that threatens to cast a lasting shadow over the country’s most popular, and profitable, sport. Far less attention has been paid to the physical woes of other athletes, but a review of injury filings in California suggests that professional athletes…
Yesterday, we talked about managing a workplace emergency response program. Today, we focus on implementation.
September is National Preparedness Month, so what better time to review your workplace emergency response program?
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Workers’ comp claims must be filed directly after a work-related injury occurs, right? Wrong, says one state court.
Working in unfamiliar locations on stressful losses, usually alone, adjusters in the field can be at a disadvantage when it comes to knowing if a situation with a policyholder or claimant could turn ugly.
Getting and holding trainees’ attention is essential for successful training. Here’s one way to do it.
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