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GPS tracking systems are growing in traction for businesses looking to review driver behavior and cut back on commercial auto insurance costs.
There’s no question telehealth has gained traction, but will it last in workers’ comp beyond the pandemic?
Perhaps not surprisingly, trusts and estate law are where malpractice claims seen to becoming more painful. It’s too soon to say how much of an impact on claims costs the pandemic will have.
With modified duty greatly restricted, employers can only hope that their options improve in coming months.
Best-practice office ergonomics will be back in focus once the workforce is vaccinated and workers can return to something resembling normalcy.
In this RIMS session, Michelle Despres of One Call shares how employers can prevent their employees from suffering from a work from home injury.
A vacant building need not be a liability. With proper risk management, losses can be lessened.
A pilot program at a large beverage manufacturer drastically reduced the frequency of poor ergonomics decisions by employees.
Technology has advanced to the point that employers can pinpoint causes of injury and develop targeted safety improvements.
Tracy Ryan steps into the role of president of Global Risk Solutions (GRS) North America for Liberty Mutual.
Named executive vice president, head of North American Claims Group at Allied World, Kelly Doherty-Schaffner is ready for what comes next.
When push comes to pull, it’s the method that counts. New guidelines should prevent injuries due to pulling heavy objects.
Here are the top lessons workers’ comp pros have learned about COVID-19, its impact on the workplace and on how to help employees get back to work after illness.
Hear from two successful companies — Seattle City Light and Honda of Canada Manufacturing — on how employee engagement has helped make their respective ergonomic programs a success.
Employers who use best practices in investigating FMLA violations tend to do better in court.
A session at the 2020 CLM Workers’ Compensation and Retail, Restaurant & Hospitality Conference looked at how new technologies are influencing workers’ comp.
The use of biometric data is both an opportunity and a security risk that many employers are beginning to invest in.
Clear communication about new workplace policies can help businesses protect workers’ health while respecting their right to privacy.
Employee monitoring software can keep your workforce accountable and productive, but it can also reduce morale and promote distrust. Consider the risks.
Jane Holl Lute joins the Marsh board with a career rich in risk management training and expertise.