Do you sometimes feel like a square peg in a round hole? In the kitchen or at work, do you feel like things are just a little too high or a little too low? Pretty frustrating, isn’t it? Maybe your ... Read More
Tampa, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - A former Zade Trucking employee has accused the company of terminating him for filing a workers’ compensation claim. Roderick Jones was injured back in 2018 in a ... Read More
A story out of France has burned up the wires this week, and it is one that caught the attention of the US workers’ compensation industry. And for some reason, it seems people thought it is something I ... Read More
Washington, DC — NIOSH has unveiled a new resource intended to help small-business owners ensure the health and safety of employees who travel internationally.
The 36-page travel planner includes ... Read More
San Diego, CA — Increases of various workplace hazards have spurred OSHA to update several National Emphasis Programs in recent years, the latest being its trenching and excavation program in October ... Read More
Iowa City, IA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Two new studies suggests that a large number of healthcare workers are going to work sick even when they have flu-like symptoms.
Attitudes about sickness ... Read More
Tallahassee, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) – Police in Tallahassee said they are investigating a stabbing incident in a local industrial building.
According to a press release by the Tallahassee Police ... Read More
Sacramento, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – The California Legislature's final approval of Assembly Bill 5 could be what many believe is the beginning of change for the gig economy.
The bill, proposed ... Read More
Yesterday I briefly summarized today’s work comp market, which in a word is
While this has been very profitable for work comp insurers (that are enjoying double digit returns for the first ... Read More