In a May 2, 2022, press release, the Securities Exchange Commission (SEC) announced charges related to settlements, which may be of interest to the workers' compensation community. The SEC is ... Read More
The workplace is an atmosphere that can be challenging and, at times, stressful. Everyday tasks can push even the most skilled to their limit.
However, there are times when things are tense at ... Read More
Many of those who became accustomed to remote arrangements during the pandemic fear they will lose their work-life balance upon returning to the office. Meanwhile, others feel they will gain social ... Read More
The COVID-19 pandemic has forever changed the face of the workforce. Much like an individual who survived a near-death experience, workers around the world have en masse taken stock of their lives ... Read More
Abbie Hudgens, Administrator of the Tennessee Bureau of Workers’ Compensation, has announced that she recently reappointed Judge Joshua Davis Baker to the Court of Workers’ Compensation Claims. ... Read More
Safety management is a career path that may not be listed in the U.S. News 100 best jobs rankings, but it is certainly an important and rewarding occupation no matter your industry of choice. Protecting ... Read More
At the outset, this is a blog about workers' compensation. Periodically, I get feedback from the mis- (or un-) informed asking "what does this (whatever it is) have to do with workers' compensation?" While ... Read More
The NCCI Annual Issues Symposium 2022 kicked off with me missing some of the morning sessions due to a medical issue. Cristine Pike, Communications Director – NCCI, was kind enough to keep ... Read More
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