It's been nearly 40 years since the federal workers compensation program has received any updates, but now, thanks to the U.S. House Committee on Education and the Workforce, the Federal Workers ... Read More
The Ohio Supreme Court just issued a decision that may have implications for employers who have purchased stop-gap insurance. Many Ohio employers have purchased this insurance to protect themselves against ... Read More
Post Settlement Administration of MSA
A MSA, created as part of the claims settlement, is designed to â€śreasonably consider Medicareâ€™s future interestâ€ť as a Medicare Secondary Payer to ... Read More
Federal safety officials have cited science-based products company DuPont and a New York contractor for 17 safety violations after the explosion of a 10,000-gallon chemical tank that left one worker dead and ... Read More
In the new Global Report on Equality at Work 2011, the International Labour Office (ILO) is stating that in spite of continuous positive advances in anti-discrimination legislation, the global economic and ... Read More
Why are prescription costs up to 40 percent lower in Washington state than average?
According to the Workers Compensation Research Institute (WCRI), the northwestern state implemented policies ... Read More
Workers compensation is a type of insurance employers are required to have to provide benefits to employees who are injured on the job or become ill due to on the job exposures. Workers compensation ... Read More
Shortly after stating that four more cancers were added to the list of occupational diseases covered by presumptive workers compensation legislation, Alberta Employment and Immigration (AEI) has proposed ... Read More
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