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A new designation recognizes the need for skills in absence management.
On Dec. 1, the U.S. government is raising the minimum salary threshold on paying overtime to white collar workers.
There are a growing number of resources available to address employee mental health issues.
Clear documentation is one way to avoid litigation and other hazards in the practice of integrated absence management.
A new agreement among large U.S. corporations may alter how health care service providers operate.
The leaders of Willis Towers Watson discuss their hopes for the newly combined organization.
Adoption of paid family leave is becoming more widespread, but employers are struggling with a complex mix of rules and policies.
Undisciplined insurance purchasing practices leave dangerous gaps for expats.
A new report suggests that the prescription opioid crisis is getting worse, not better.
Savvy companies are weighing the benefits of offering paid leave to valued employees against the cost of adding skilled absence managers.
Family and medical leave issues will continue to be hot topics in 2016.
Unknown to many workers' compensation practitioners, ERISA protections have been with us for decades.
An employee wellness program that requires employees to undergo biometric screenings and complete a health questionnaire won court approval.
Just because integrated absence management is hard to achieve doesn't mean it shouldn't be attempted.
Risk professionals spend too little time considering human capital risks.
Wellness programs have a direct economic benefit.
Tools are available to help employers improve claim intake, workforce planning, clinical care and return-to-work strategies.
Few organizations are strategically planning for ways to curtail rising health care costs.
Twenty five years after the ADA passed, job force participation by disabled workers is less than it was then.