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From growing employee engagement to the laws surrounding marijuana use, these are the top 5 trends to keep an eye on in workers’ compensation.
Predictive analysis indicates workers’ comp rates should remain steady for the rest of 2014.
Speakers selected to present at the NWC will soon be notified.
Talent shortages and bidding wars undermine a construction company’s ability to stay competitive.
Key workers’ comp decisions from around the country.
The stress of filing workers’ comp claims may be compromising workers’ ability to recover from injuries.
New WCRI report helps track the effectiveness of workers’ comp policy changes.
Treatment costs for four new covered cancers may be up to $5 million a year.
Payers lost millions in high-level workers’ comp fraud and money laundering scheme.
L. Casey Chosewood highlights how to tear down departmental silos.
NWCDC leaders discuss what 2014 attendees can look forward to.
In the event of a provider shortage, payers may be compelled to shell out extra fees to get injured workers the treatment they need.
Significant workers’ comp regulatory developments from around the nation.
Worker claims comp for injury that occurred half-on, half-off company property.
High-cost driver: One in nine workers’ comp claims in California involves attorneys.
Key workers’ comp legal decisions from around the country.
Increased building brings with it an uptick in coverage, and some new designs.
An influx of new insureds is not the only risk that could delay the treatment of injured workers.
Broker suggests ways companies can prepare as TRIA’s expiration date nears.
Study connects poor outcomes to early opioid treatment.
Post-offer medical exams have much to offer employers, as long as they steer clear of pitfalls.