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.
I don't even know where to begin here. I couldn't even settle on an appropriate title. There are just so many directions this article can go. I am befuddled and bamboozled.
A psychologist in the ... Read More
It is a story and a theme that simply cannot be told too many times. Attitude matters, and is a critical component in the recovery of those dealing with life altering injuries and diseases.
Enter the latest ... Read More
A 47 year old wife. A 74 year old husband. A .357 magnum, and a snack bar in a bowling alley. This story just reeks of class and sophistication.
Wednesday, a 74-year-old man opened fire on his estranged ... Read More
Why do some injured workers who suffer a severe life altering injury bounce back and seemingly recover, while others mire in a disability quagmire that seemingly has no exit?
Why do some apparently heal and ... Read More
Move over Secretary's Day, and forget Bring your Daughters' to Work Day. Apparently Sunday was Go Topless Day, and I missed it. Nuts.
Women in several cities apparently went topless that day in a ... Read More
Last May I wrote an article about an employee performance issue in a local school district which was also generally critical of public education overall. I heard from a couple regular readers who seemed a ... Read More
Where to go when you've got to go? Not, it seems in a Malaysian river. A foreign worker in Pending, Sarawack, Malaysia was severely bitten on the buttocks by a crocodile while he was defecating in a ... Read More
I would love to be a fly on the wall for this guys next employee performance review.
A Georgia Health Sciences University lab tech was arrested after being discovered in a campus locker room partying ... Read More
I call it "Crappy Boss Syndrome". Apparently psychologist types call it the "Crossover Effect", or the "Spillover Effect". Whichever you prefer, it is the concept that a person who is satisfied with their ... Read More