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Process improvements in workers’ compensation are becoming vital as service providers struggle with their own staffing issues.
A recent lawsuit between New York State and Amazon has officially been dismissed by the New York State Appeals Court.
2022 Workers’ Comp Power Broker Ettie Schoor shares her journey through the industry, from working at a large brokerage to starting her own business.
This one-hour webinar will detail not only the primary obstacles to claims management mastery, but delve into potent solutions as identified in the 2021 Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study.
Collectively, almost half of the 5,000 Americans who were surveyed cited health concerns as the driving force behind their employment status.
In the realm of risk management, safety climate is distinct from safety culture or other organizational elements of compliance and work safety.
This session at the CLM Workers Compensation and Retail, Restaurant & Hospitality Conference looks to help businesses pinpoint which aspects of their operations could be improved during pandemic recovery.
Remote workers are here to stay. Now is the time for employers to review workers’ compensation programs to mitigate potential exposures.
As we approach the holiday dedicated to celebrating mothers, employers must create a supportive workplace for these superhero employees.
A recent report by Mitchell revealed that while COVID-19 claims have eased in quantity, they are resulting in higher costs.
Wearable tech can help prevent injuries by changing worker behavior, and can help focus attention, in real time, on workplace risks.
Employers are dropping drug testing requirements as more and more employees are testing positive for marijuana and other substances.
Marijuana businesses have these seven critical risks to consider.
At the 2022 RIMS conference in San Francisco, LAUSD and Sedgwick shared the top workstation risks they’ve seen – and ways to solve them.
We are working hard every single day to try to solve the problems in an ever-changing and volatile risk environment and we’re building for the future.
Workers’ Memorial Day on April 28 honors those fatally injured at work.
Western NY workers’ comp attorney Alexis Close doesn’t shy away from an uphill battle.
Getting public school police officers the care they needed meant taking on the risk of visiting emergency rooms during the pandemic.
Physical therapy is great. But work conditioning and work hardening are the true champions when it comes to rehabilitative care in workers’ comp.
A 2022 RIMS session shared why incorporating a biopsychosocial approach could mean all the difference in a worker’s recovery.
Group health could stand to learn a lesson or two from the workers’ compensation industry.