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The nation’s largest police union is calling for COVID-19 presumptions for first responders.
With so many insurance designations out there, it can be hard to determine which one is the right next step for your career.
As insurance companies and the federal government debate over who should cover COVID-19 losses for businesses three possible paths emerge.
As COVID-19 forces business closures, telemedicine programs are stepping up to keep injured worker care on track.
The coffee giant Starbucks will roll out expanded mental health offerings for its employees on April 6.
A recent report from RIMS seeks to demystify foreign voluntary workers’ compensation insurance and explain to employers why it should be considered a necessity.
A report from WCRI sheds light on how a coronavirus-related recession could affect return-to-work.
A new McKinsey report looks at how delayed coronavirus recovery or a prolonged contraction period will affect the economy.
Beecher Carlson transportation insurance broker Scott Buchholz shares how helping a company tell its risk management story can keep fleets on the road.
Could workplace wearables bring privacy concerns to workers’ comp?
As COVID-19 continues to spread, here’s how you can determine whether it’s an occupational disease.
The virus is likely to result in billions in losses for the retail and hospitality sectors. Here’s what coverages could protect them.
The panic surrounding coronavirus has already generated a few digital scams. What would happen is a hospital executive fell for one?
Regulatory trends often take start in the Golden State. Here are the workers’ comp-related bills the rest of the U.S. needs to keep a pulse on.
A burdensome focus on compliance can delay claims closure and return-to-work. New technologies could free up claims adjuster’s time.
A new report by consultants at Oliver Wyman shows that the world’s financial sector stands to lose $1 trillion if governments adopt a carbon tax.
Cybersecurity threats are often overlooked in workers’ comp. Here’s what your company should watch out for.
MAPTYCS founder and CEO Jacqueline LeGrand talks starting her own company, living abroad and why diversity is vital for the insurance industry.
Workers on medical marijuana are being disqualified from jobs after failing drug tests. A new California bill seeks to change that.
A session at WCRI’s annual Issues & Research Conference will examine the mental health hurdles injured workers face.