Workplace pain management programs can improve employees’ health and productivity.
Employee disability regulations require employers to reassess return-to-work policies.
Incorporating data analytics into workers comp case management lowers costs and boosts results.
Talent is not only a competitive differentiator, but a critical source of potential risk.
Only seven states do not allow usage of marijuana for medical or recreational purposes, but complicated workers compensation issues remain.
Testing employees before they are hired can help reduce workplace injuries.
A well-structured return-to-work program is one of the most effective ways to minimize workers comp costs and improve an employee’s recovery.
Many innovative companies are developing new strategic uses for their captives.
The legalization of medical marijuana in a growing number of states has raised questions about workers compensation coverage.
When taking your kid to work goes bad.
With more companies becoming pet-friendly, employers must develop plans to minimize liability.
Organizations are getting in on the fitness tracker trend.
Administering employee benefits programs can expose companies to the risk of lawsuits for errors and omissions.
As Americans pay more attention to the ever-widening wage gap, a new SEC rule may expose companies to real reputational and financial risks.
While beneficial, work-from-home arrangements demand careful thought to reduce the risk of injury.