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“Some of these tools are incredibly promising, with proven results. So, what’s keeping some insureds from taking advantage of these programs? Insurers and insureds tell me the same: Employees don’t want Big Brother watching them.”
The time is now! Submit a proposal to speak at National Comp 2024 in Las Vegas.
This year’s National Comp proved how connections form organically when comp professionals gather to educate and connect with each other and elevate the industry.
A message of thanks from National Comp conference chair Michelle Kerr. Your feedback is appreciated, and we’ll see you next year!
The Remarkable Stories of the 2023 Teddy Award Winners Champion Excellence in Workers’ Compensation
A mass shooting during RIMS underscores the need for employee training amidst the ongoing tide of violence.
As exciting as generative AI is, it’s crucial that we remain thoughtful and intentional about how we use it, says CorVel CEO Michael Combs.
Gallagher Bassett’s Jennifer Cogbill speaks on the multitude of behavioral health opportunities available to elevate employee mental health and drive continued improvement in injury outcomes.
A look forward at some of the incredible women leaders that will grace the stages of National Comp 2023.
The Marsh broker tells us what trends she’s watching in worker injuries, work-from-home culture and telemedicine.
Shots fired, now what? The right training can make all the difference when the worst happens at your workplace.
Suicide risk in workers’ compensation claims is not something we can shy away from. It’s time to start asking the right questions and getting injured workers the care they need.
Forced return-to-office is a touchy topic. Shall we go back to how we used to work or rebuild the work world with employees’ health and wellbeing in mind?
Share your knowledge and inspire the workers’ comp community. Submit a proposal to speak at National Comp 2023 in September.
Quiet quitting is the latest trendy hashtag, but what is it really and is it really detrimental to our workforce?
Six experts will kick off the final day of National Comp 2022 with dozens of return-to-work lessons learned.
Thank you for making National Comp 2022 a huge success … please take a moment to share your thoughts about the conference content you want to see next year.
Michelle Kerr, National Workers’ Comp editor and conference chair, shares her excitement for the upcoming conference, set to begin this October.
It’s the experience of helping the injured worker and the unrivaled passion of those who chose this work that drives One Call CEO Jay Krueger.
When it comes to understanding the workforce, it’s important to recognize the differences between generations.