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There’s immeasurable benefit in reviewing what a good return-to-work program does for your workers’ compensation program.
Worker-centric practices and policies are an integral part of this year’s Teddy Award winning workers’ comp programs.
Companies seeking to reduce litigation in their workers’ comp cases are finding worker advocacy is one way to gain the trust of injured workers.
For Friday, Dec. 7, here are some great sessions to attend at this year’s NWCDC.
For Wednesday, Dec. 5, here are some great sessions to attend at this year’s NWCDC.
For Thursday, Dec. 6, here are some great sessions to attend at this year’s NWCDC.
Value-based accommodations keep employees happy and help the bottom line.
Risk managers cannot assume violence won’t happen at their business. Here’s how to mitigate the threat.
Chia-Chia Chang, public health analyst for the CDC, sat down to discuss how linking health to safety practices cuts lost time and enhances worker well-being.
Denise Parr, director of workers’ compensation for MGM Resorts International — which includes the Mandalay Bay Resort and Casino — has decades of experience managing workers’ comp exposures on a large scale.
From medical to recreational, marijuana laws are changing across the board. Here’s a look back on some 2018 cannabis decisions and facts and what they could mean for workers’ comp.
Technology isn’t revolutionizing workers’ comp just yet, but machine learning, robotic automation and new communication platforms are attracting a lot of investment dollars.
On behalf of everyone who worked throughout the year to develop our conference program, we hope this year’s program meets your educational, networking, and entertainment needs and expectations.
Tell our editors about your most critical workers’ comp challenges at the 2018 National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo.
Tennessee’s Abbie Hudgens and Georgia’s Frank McKay share their take on the regulatory changes impacting workers’ comp at this year’s NWCDC.
The 2018 Teddy Award winners built their programs around people, not claims, and offer proof that a worker-centric approach is a smarter way to operate.
Regulatory trends can leave a lasting impact on workers’ comp. The economy and technological advancement are two ways in which the industry is changing. But that’s not all.
The claims advocacy model is just one of many important topics on the agenda for 2018 NWCDC this December at Mandalay Bay in Las Vegas.