Written by: Lindsay Underwood and Tracey JonesOpioid use continues to be a growing crisis in North Carolina and across the country. In an effort to continue to take steps to reduce availability and use of ... Read More
As the risk manager for your mid-size company, you want to consider self-insurance in the jurisdictions where you are allowed to do so. But your company is mid-size, not a Fortune 500 company. While you have ... Read More
The recently published report from Gov. Pat Murphy's transition team calls for sweeping reforms of the state's workers' compensation system. Over the past twelve months both the NJ State Bar Association ... Read More
While issuing a traffic citation on a local highway, Ryan, a 31-year-old police officer, nearly lost his life because of a collision that pinned him between his vehicle and the car he stopped.
Suffering a ... Read More
Most Enterprise Risk Management (ERM) initiatives originate from the CFO. In most organizations, the CFO is most qualified, most responsible and most required to update the executive team & board on ... Read More
Workerscompzone is having another birthday.
The blog was born in early 2007.
That’s over a decade of doing this blog.
California workers’ comp had gone through major upheaval in 2003 and 2004. ... Read More
Handling workers’ compensation claims in an effective manner requires members of the claims management team to be proactive on many issues. This effort includes understanding issues concerning “bad faith” ... Read More
Labor Force Trends At the 2018 WCRI Annual Issues & Research Conference, Dr. Erica Groshen, former Commissioner of the US Bureau of Labor Statistics discussed labor market conditions.
The United States has added 9.8 ...