Bozrah, CT (WorkersCompensation.com) – Two companies have been fined more than $250,000 for misclassifying workers, some of them as young as 14 years old.
According to a press release from the ... Read More
Tampa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - With the opioid crisis in full swing, doctors are turning to alternative methods to treat pain in workers’ compensation patients. While some say medical marijuana ... Read More
Risk managers and workers’ compensation managers normally delegate the job of filling out the First Report of Injury form (also known in some states as the Employer’s First Report). Delegation of ... Read More
The California State Auditor’s report on the QME process is now out, and it does not make the California Department of Industrial Relations look good.
The November 2019 report finds that the DIR/DWC ... Read More
NCCI hosted its annual State Advisory Forum for Louisiana today in Baton Rouge. State Relations Executive for Louisiana Clarissa Preston and actuary Brett Foster highlighted the countrywide and local numbers ... Read More
Marking the relentless passage of time, my middle child will be eligible to earn his learner’s permit this Friday. Time to brush up on our driver’s ed materials! All signs indicate ... Read More
Seattle, WA — The way your job is structured, how much you’re paid and how flexible your schedule is, among other factors, could affect your health and workplace injury risk, according to the ... Read More
Make it Work for You Why do we do what we do? I was in a conversation that included some critique of an (allegedly) annoying marketing campaign. The speaker was annoyed and felt that the ad campaign was obnoxious and ...