Robert Wilson is President & CEO of WorkersCompensation.com, and "From Bob's Cluttered Desk" comes his (often incoherent) thoughts, ramblings, observations and rants - often on workers' comp or employment issues, but occasionally not.
Bob has a couple unique personality characteristics. He firmly believes that everyone has the right to his (Bob's) opinion, and while he may not always be right, he is never in doubt. Enter at your own risk, and like all of our blog areas, we encourage you to read the disclaimer at the bottom of the page.
We're not responsible for this guy.....
Bob is an accomplished speaker for the workers' compensation industry. He is available for conferences, corporate events, children's birthday parties and Bar Mitzvahs. You may access his Speakers Brief here.
The LexisNexis Workers' Compensation Law Community and the award-winning blog Work Comp Roundup have teamed up to present some common myths and facts about workers' compensation. Published ... Read More
It is not a job one normally thinks of in relation to workers' comp, but it does in fact venture into our realm. In Los Angeles, a proposal that would require adult film actors to use condoms has ... Read More
T'was four days before Christmas, and in western PA, A Supreme Court Justice toiled, he rendered away, A decision they had made, on a case just before, Insurance fraud it was not, but t'was a ... Read More
As I have stated here before, and as people who know me will attest, I am NOT a person who subscribes easily to the notion of political correctness. So it is with no great simplicity that I attempt to wish ... Read More
This may not be a surprise for some within our industry, but it was a shock for me. Manure pits, common on livestock farms where they help make cleaning of livestock buildings easier, can be a very deadly ... Read More
Forbes has posted their “Top ten states for business” for 2011. They made their selections based on six primary categories; “costs, labor supply, regulatory environment, economic climate, ... Read More