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.
Workers’ comp claims must be filed directly after a work-related injury occurs, right? Wrong, says one state court.
Employers often overlook one of the simplest ways to control claim cost – staying in touch with the injured employee. Read more…
What can you do to remain proactive on these claims and expose the “questionable” claims without incurring claim dollars and expense?
Having a drug-free workplace is an important step in reducing workers comp costs. Employees using drugs or under the influence of alcohol are more likely to have accidents and make mistakes.
Here is our list of ten things the new workers compensation manager knows, but no one will tell.
There are many assumptions surrounding workers compensation. Here are a few common assumptions and associated correct facts.
Here are 5 ideas to get you thinking about workplace safety, and tips on how to be more proactive with regard to cutting down your workplace injury exposure.