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The double whammy of the Great Resignation and the Silver Tsunami has left adjusters strapped for talent. Training programs can help rehab the industry’s reputation and build loyalty among workers.
Injured employees’ healing is improved through safety cues, empathetic communication, and validating their feelings and experiences.
Although wildfire smoke is clearly a public health risk, its presence doesn’t necessarily pose a workers’ compensation exposure for employers.
Mental health-related issues affect more than 50 million Americans. The insurance industry has a chance to step up and make a difference for society.
Wearable technology holds undeniable promise for injury prevention, but is the hype outpacing the evidence?
A mass shooting during RIMS underscores the need for employee training amidst the ongoing tide of violence.
Sodexo’s Megan Angus exhibits a tireless approach to settling cumulative trauma claims in the hospitality sector.
Following the introduction of new manufacturing processes, Ashley Arvin’s AI-driven ergonomics program cut workers’ comp claims in half.
Randy Jouben led an overhaul of Fairfax County’s risk management program, enhancing worker care and reducing workers’ compensation claims.
Sally Kucharczyk’s age of injury program at PepsiCo bears great results for employees and the workers’ comp team alike.
JoAnn Pickel sees the opportunity for a breath of fresh air in the claims adjusting space and revels in the chance to make a difference.
Kara Sepulveda’s transformative risk management leads to sweeping operational improvements.
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.
Resiliency and understanding ROI are two big factors of the Predict & Prevent™ model. The latest episode from The Institutes’ Predict & Prevent podcast dives in.
After surgery, Harvey Warren leveraged his skills to maximize his recovery. The lessons he learned highlight a unique opportunity for workers’ comp.
Experts in this one-hour webinar dissect 10 years’ worth of benchmarking study data, predict where the industry is going, and prioritize key focus areas for future organizational success.
Capturing more precise data can help predict potential losses. Here’s how companies in wildfire risk and worker safety are doing just that.
As the use of different types of workers’ compensation technology increases, the insurance industry could help facilitate how future generations of workers are protected.
As cannabis legalization spreads in the U.S., many employers are grappling with the question of how to keep their worksites safe.
Cargill aims to demonstrate at National Comp 2023 that addressing musculoskeletal concerns early in a claim is vital for positive outcomes.
AI and Insurtech are transforming workers’ compensation, but businesses shopping for new solutions need to know how to differentiate genuine innovation from fluff.