Bob Wilson is the CEO of WorkersCompensation.com, and author of the award winning blog, "From Bob's Cluttered Desk". Bob is an accomplished presenter for the workers' comp industry, and we are lucky to have him. We don't really believe that, but he is the boss and made us say it.
There is a renewed legal debate going on in Alabama about allowing employees to have a gun at their workplace, despite any restrictions on such items by their employers. While the debate there rages between ... Read More
I am not comfortable with much of the new "corporate speak" that is invading our business vernacular. I do not like the phrase "thought leader", and am tired of hearing about "paradigm shifts". Sometime over ... Read More
Let's say that you have an employee that has a driving record that includes seven accidents, four speeding violations, and two failures to stop for a police officer. Now let's say that this ... Read More
I would like to take a quick moment to welcome the newest contributor to our Workers' Comp Blogwire, Ms. Heather Schwartz. Heather is Corporate Counsel for PMSI Settlement Solutions. Her primary ... Read More
Who could have seen this coming? The state of Pennsylvania last year passed a law requiring insurers to cover certain cancers deemed work related in firefighters. Specifically, the law “provides that ... Read More
I have a simple question. If you are head of the CIA, and you can't keep your own extramarital affair secret, how safe are our country's other secrets?
For those of you who have been under a rock, detained ... Read More
It was announced this week that a Sarasota, FL police officer who was under investigation for workers' compensation fraud resigned to avoid being fired by the department.
I don't know the ... Read More
Editors Note: The following is a first ever "Guest Editorial" for "Bob's Cluttered Desk", and is in direct response to his recent article "Basic Rules for Marital Bliss When Dealing with Boblivious ... Read More
As has been fairly well publicized, I recently had the opportunity to sit on a bloggers panel at the National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference in Las Vegas. Much of the discussion surrounded ... Read More