It’s the call no employer wants to get - your employee has been injured. How do you handle that call and everything that comes after? In this session at WCI’s 2019 Educational Conference, panelists explore ... Read More
At the 2019 WCI Annual Conference, Kelly Bernish from Global SHE Solutions LLC discussed workplace violence and how it is disproportionally impacting industries associated with caring that traditionally ... Read More
Slips, trips and falls are among the most common causes of workplace injuries. Knowing the requirements for stairs and ladders, guarding of floor and wall openings and the basics of fall protection is ... Read More
This session at WCI’s 2019 Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference highlighted program strategies from the three winners of National Underwriter’s 2019 Excellence in Workers’ Compensation Risk ... Read More
Collecting data and understanding outcomes is critical to a successful and effective risk management program. This session at WCI’s 2019 Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference showed risk managers how ... Read More
A strategic approach is essential for employers who want to ensure the health and safety of their workforce. This includes both traditional and non-traditional models of healthcare delivery. This session at ... Read More
This session at WCI’s 2019 Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference gathered a panel of leadership from several companies sharing steps to create an effective culture.
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Telehealth might be the wave of the future, but it is important not to lose the personal human factor of care for injured workers. In this session at WCI’s 2019 Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference, ... Read More
A caller to my office injured his back a few months ago in central Illinois. As we’ve created a state wide network of experienced work comp attorneys, I referred him to a downstate lawyer to ... Read More
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In Workers' Comp, Justice Ain't Cheap A report yesterday by WorkersCompensation.com’s Liz Carey is a reminder that fighting for your rights in the world of workers’ compensation can be a lengthy and expensive process. In ...