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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.
The conference will touch on topics including climate change and cyber security that are expected to have a major impact on the industry.
The spring of 2020 offers several opportunities for training in insurance company leadership.
As the industry prepares for the looming talent shortage, it should look to recruitment programs that target younger, more diverse candidates in order to better reflect America’s changing demographics.
Pandemic response plans, policies for workers in affected areas and keeping up-to-date information on hand are just a few ways to protect employees working near the coronavirus outbreaks.
Too many female executives risk falling behind if they don’t brush up on their business acumen, and the insurance industry, for one, can ill-afford to fall short in talent development.
Broker Kelly Ethier knows what it takes to keep collegiate-level athletes safe and protected. Using integrity, attentiveness, passion and industry expertise, she’s getting universities the coverage they need.
Companies are adopting biometric systems to enhance security, but aren’t going far enough to protect the unique data from breaches.
This fall at NWCDC, employers can learn more about implementing a post-offer screening process without risking a breach of federal anti-discrimination laws.
Paid family leave laws differ from state to state, so it’s important for employers and their insurers to remain up-to-date on the latest requirements and legislation surrounding the practice.
As attacks on solo employees gain media attention, companies are offering solutions that can protect employees and give them the peace of mind they need.
Determining when an employee took cannabis and to what degree they are impaired are challenges for employers and public safety agencies alike.
Economic pressures, global trade concerns and disruptive technologies are creating uncertainty for underwriters.