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Should worker’ compensation cover medical marijuana costs? The Minnesota Supreme Court reviews two cases to decide.
Despite federal laws that limit transparency and control of care for its injured employees, BNSF Railway seeks strategic opportunities for safety engagement and improved outcomes.
Michelle Kerr, National Workers’ Comp editor and conference chair, shares her excitement for the upcoming conference, set to begin this October.
Recent inflation upticks could be a boon for the workers’ comp industry, though caution going forward is advised.
The ongoing impacts of COVID-19, cannabis legalization and medical cost containment are among the key regulatory and legislative issues that states across the country are grappling with, according to NCCI.
Goldberg Segalla brings on two workers’ comp team members, Gallagher appoints a managing director for its Global Small Business Practice and more in this version of People on the Move.
This year’s report turned to a focus group of industry leaders to learn how they’re approaching some of workers’ comp’s top challenges
With paradoxical legal status, cannabis use is causing some headaches for the workers’ compensation industry.
Workplace injuries can occur when a worker is on the road. What workers’ comp pros need to know.
With its workers’ compensation program at a crossroads, The Elwyn Foundation incorporated its company pillars to overhaul its approach to work injuries.
Like many industries, one work injury risk for the cannabis industry is struggling to find qualified drivers, which creates safety issues.
The recently introduced Inflation Reduction Act addresses healthcare issues for Medicare recipients but may have trickle-down effects on workers’ compensation costs
The Coalition Against Insurance Fraud estimates the fraud burden for workers’ comp at $32 billion per year. New investigation strategies can help mitigate the damage.
Agents matter a whole lot. And having a larger, deeper relationship with those that understand us and are selling what we have to offer is essential.
ADHD in adults can impact workplace productivity, but also safety. Here’s what employers should watch for and understand about how to support their teams.
It’s the experience of helping the injured worker and the unrivaled passion of those who chose this work that drives One Call CEO Jay Krueger.
The good news? We already have an effective vaccine.
Movement therapies have innumerable benefits on their own. Here’s how they are helping in the fight against the opioid epidemic.
The patchwork of paid leave laws can create or exacerbate unintentional disparities across the workforce. Employers must remain aware and vigilant.
AGCO Corp.’s Jackson operations transformed their workers’ comp program, earning the organization a 2022 Teddy Award.