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Mega Claims in Workers' Compensation: The NCCI Weighs In

The National Council on Compensation Insurance released a new report about mega claims in the workers’ compensation system, revealing that such claims are at a 12-year high. While the injuries driving these costly claims haven’t changed — head injuries are particularity devastating — losses keep rising thanks to burgeoning cost of care and longer claim duration.

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Top 10 Lessons Learned in Helping Workers Move Past COVID-19

Here are the top lessons workers’ comp pros have learned about COVID-19, its impact on the workplace and how to help employees get back to work after the illness.

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Facebook, Apple and Google Know Ergonomics Is Key to Workforce Productivity

Facebook’s human factors researcher shares why workplace environment is an important consideration for ergonomists. For him, creating an ergonomically sound environment that workers will actually enjoy using is an important consideration.   

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Returning to the Workplace Safely: A Re-occupancy Roadmap

This one-hour webinar features Gallagher Bassett executives as they outline best practices for every facet of bringing workers back on the job safely post-pandemic. Topics discussed include employment practices liability risk management guidelines, risk control protocols to encourage safety in the workplace, and contact tracing methods with the goal of returning and keeping a productive workforce.

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Return-to-work programs are proven to reduce workers’ compensation costs, but in order to have a lasting impact, top return-to-work strategies must be in place.

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