Nancy Grover is the Director, Media Services for WorkersCompensation.com. She comes to our company with more than 35 years as a broadcast journalist and communications consultant.
Grover’s specialties include insurance, workers’ compensation, financial services, substance abuse, healthcare and disability. For 12 years she served as the Program Chair of the National Workers’ Compensation and Disability Conference® & Expo. A journalism/speech graduate of Ohio Wesleyan University, Grover also holds an MBA from Palm Beach Atlantic University.
Irvine, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – More than a week after a security incident forced a major workers’ compensation player to take down its communication and computer systems, the company is ... Read More
Washington, DC (WorkersCompensation.com) – Legislation that will ensure the victims of the 9/11 terrorist attacks are compensated has been signed by Pres. Donald Trump. HR 1327, an Act to Permanently ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Distracted driving is one of the leading causes of roadway collisions, which is the top cause of workplace fatalities. While cellphones are typically singled out as ... Read More
Irvine, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – One of the nation’s largest workers' compensation claims management organizations has taken its communications and computer systems down, after identifying ... Read More
Oakland, CA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Employers trying to save money by reducing shared healthcare costs with employees end up paying through lost productivity, suggests a new study. The Integrated ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompensation.com) - Marijuana is big business. Despite its classification as a Schedule 1 drug under federal law, it generated $10 billion in spending last year and is projected to be a ... Read More
Sarasota, FL (WorkersCompenstion.com) – Several pharmacies have been granted government approval for generic versions of the pain drug Lyrica. The Food and Drug Administration made the announcement, ... Read More
Boston, MA (WorkersCompensation.com) – Does being out of work for more than one week put a worker at an increased risk of suicide? Apparently it does, at least in New Mexico. Researchers out of Boston ... Read More