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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?
As COVID-19 continues to spread, here’s how you can determine whether it’s an occupational disease.
In the workplace, wearables are becoming more popular than ever. But in order to implement this growing technology, understanding the different types and abilities is a must.
Over the next decade, factors such as the labor shortage, case shifting and technology will have a major impact on workers’ comp.
Regulatory trends often take start in the Golden State. Here are the workers’ comp-related bills the rest of the U.S. needs to keep a pulse on.
A burdensome focus on compliance can delay claims closure and return-to-work. New technologies could free up claims adjuster’s time.
After the Borderline Grill shooting, the State Fund’s Major Claims Operations unit made a significant impact on those suffering from the horrific event.
Cybersecurity threats are often overlooked in workers’ comp. Here’s what your company should watch out for.
Workers on medical marijuana are being disqualified from jobs after failing drug tests. A new California bill seeks to change that.
Workers’ comp benefits apply to more people than ever before. Adjusting rates to increased demand is morally and financially unacceptable without sufficient benefits.
A session at WCRI’s annual Issues & Research Conference will examine the mental health hurdles injured workers face.
The growing prevalence of mental health concerns is spilling over into the realm of workplace safety and injury recovery.
As the talent crisis looms, it’s important for workers’ comp professionals to prioritize recruiting the next generation.
A new report from WCRI surveyed workers about their experiences post-injury.
Using data to understand your workers’ comp program may seem tricky. Here are a few questions to guide your thinking.