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National Comp 2021 is Back and In-Person. Here's What to Look Forward to in Las Vegas

National Comp, the premier workers’ compensation conference, is slated for an in-person event in Las Vegas from October 20-22, with thought-provoking sessions and speakers. 

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The 2021 Workers' Compensation Power Brokers Share Their Insights in Advance of National Comp

Ahead of their panel, “2021 Workers’ Comp Power Brokers: Be Ready for What Comes Next” the Power Broker panelists spoke with Risk & Insurance to share their career journeys, what trends they’re seeing in the industry and other insights.

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The Cannabis Legalization Tide Is Rising. Here's How It Will Affect Workers' Comp

A myriad of state and local laws and abrupt shifts from one administration to the next are creating challenges for employers trying to stay on top of it all. Atlanta attorney Crystal Stevens McElrath spoke with R&I about what employers and workers’ comp organizations need to know.

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Hybrid Work Models Are Here to Stay. Thanks to Tech Advances, Ergonomic Solutions Are Out There, Whether at Home or at the Office

The transition back to the office has been challenging enough. Ergonomics programs need not add to the complexity. A National Comp Session will lay out the roadmap to implementing cost-effective ergonomics programs at the conference in Las Vegas on October 20.

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