Workplace pain management programs can improve employees’ health and productivity.
Data analysis strategies can make workplace safety programs more proactive.
Workplace testing shows increasing use of marijuana and other drugs among employees.
Policyholders that are required to post collateral to secure large deductible policies need to be aware of potential pitfalls.
Insurance companies are finding ways to leverage information from social media to combat fraud.
Incorporating data analytics into workers comp case management lowers costs and boosts results.
As restaurant deliveries become more popular, so do the accompanying risks.
Only seven states do not allow usage of marijuana for medical or recreational purposes, but complicated workers compensation issues remain.
Policyholders should look closely at the dispute resolution provisions presented in their workers compensation coverage plans.
Testing employees before they are hired can help reduce workplace injuries.
With increasingly regularity, insurance companies seem, to be pursuing policyholders to recover retrospective premiums under old workers compensation programs.
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.
Expensive specialty drugs can have a significant financial impact on a company’s self-funded health plan.
In many states, it is the employer’s right to recover their costs when a third party is responsible for an employee being injured in the course and scope of their employment.
Companies need to understand the nature of employment practices liability insurance and how it applies to emerging trends in employment litigation.