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Some employers are scrambling to implement COVID-19 testing or screening procedures as they reopen. These tips can help organizations avoid putting themselves at legal risk in the process.
Pritchard and Jerden’s Steve Heinen has dedicated his career to learning about and improving the workers’ comp industry.
The bridge between between a high-performance workforce and a peak-safety workplace might be wider than meets the eye.
Can advancements in artificial intelligence that are being implemented in the auto insurance realm find traction in workers’ compensation?
A recent NCCI examined how frequently claims exceeding $1 million occurred over the last 15 years.
New technologies promise better treatment plans and faster recovery, but do carriers and brokers think they’re worth the money?
The youngest baby boomers will retire in 2030. Workers’ comp needs to start preparing for their knowledge transfer now.
Humans are creatures of habit, which is why improper implementation of ergonomics could cause emotional and physical tension in the workplace.
Staying connected to co-workers and injured workers is paramount for claims adjusters. They can remain connected, working from home, but may need support from their organizations to do so effectively.
Workers in important industries who find themselves still in the workplace as the COVID-19 pandemic rages on are in a bind, and so are their employers.
Former collegiate basketball coach Pam Borton is helping employers fight burnout by teaching them to take an injury prevention approach to mental health.
A panel at the virtual Future of Risk conference discussed how the workers’ comp industry is likely to change in the future.
The nation’s largest police union is calling for COVID-19 presumptions for first responders.
Occupational exoskeletons present a transformational opportunity for the insurance industry to catalyze workplace safety and drive down workers’ comp costs.
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.
In the wake of COVID-19, work-from-home is a new reality that has hit corporate America and beyond. Here are five strategies to ensure proper ergonomics.
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.
According to this workers’ compensation industry executive, COVID-19’s influence on his sector is already being felt tangibly.
Could workplace wearables bring privacy concerns to workers’ comp?