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Key Cost Drivers in Lost-Time Workers' Compensation Claims According to NCCI, workers’ compensation benefits cost U.S employers billions of dollars annually. Seven states account for 50% of all workers’ compensation spend ...
Employee Health & Workers’ Compensation: What the Research Reveals The impact of workers’ compensation accidents and claims on employers can be profound. Employees’ health and well-being are at risk, as are the organization’s ...
6 Key Emerging Technologies Improving Safety in the Workplace Technology in the workplace focusing on improved worker safety is constantly developing. Employers need to take notice and be continuously educated on emerging ...
Are Your Remote Workers Equipped with the Right Tools to be Successful? More and more companies are implementing a telecommuting policy. This trend is becoming more prevalent in the insurance industry. One reason is because baby ...
Key Insights from the 2018 National Workers' Compensation & Disability Conference Nearly 2,000 workers’ compensation professionals gathered at the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference in Las Vegas on December 5-7.
Do You Know the Risk Factors for Drug and Alcohol Abuse at Work? The use of drugs and alcohol in the workplace has long been a concern for employers nationwide. Aside from poor work performance and unreliability, workers under ...
Top 5 Ways Insurers are Using Data to Drive Positive Claims Outcomes Claims costs are rising with the increasing complexity of the workers’ compensation landscape.  Comorbidity, our aging workforce, and generally higher medical ...
Top 5 Things to Consider: Workers’ Comp Claims Handling workers’ compensation claims is detailed and complex. From start to finish, there are many factors to consider. In most instances, employees must ...
Claims Reviews - What You Should Expect from Your Claims Team An effective claims review meeting should engage key participants in strategizing about how to best resolve claims and return injured workers to their jobs. A ...
Matching a Client and Carrier: What You Should Know Before starting any business partnership or relationship, it’s important to ensure that each party understands one another’s needs. This is especially true in the ...

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