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For anyone owning a company, workers’ comp insurance is an inevitable necessity. But by learning how the system works, your company’s benefits managers will be able to comfortably have a handle on what you are paying for, what affects your annual premium, and how to better manage and plan for unforeseen events. READ MORE >>

For anyone owning a company, workers’ comp insurance is an inevitable necessity. But by learning how the system works, your company’s benefits managers will be able to comfortably have a handle on what you are paying for, what affects your annual premium, and how to better manage and plan for unforeseen events. READ MORE >>

For anyone owning a company, workers’ comp insurance is an inevitable necessity. But by learning how the system works, your company’s benefits managers will be able to comfortably have a handle on what you are paying for, what affects your annual premium, and how to better manage and plan for unforeseen events. READ MORE >>

  2. Provide proper care when an employee is injured. Job injuries should be dealt with immediately. Develop a process to ensure that injured employees receive the proper car. Processes are important and they will vary depending on the type of injury. READ MORE >>

  For anyone owning a company, workers’ comp insurance is an inevitable necessity. But by learning how the system works, construction executives will be able to comfortably have a handle on what they are paying for, what affects their annual premium, and how to better manage and plan for unforeseen events. READ MORE >>

Another potential part of the health and wellness puzzle could be an incentive program.  Considerable research has shown that there is a higher adherence to corporate health, safety, and wellness programs when companies offer employees an incentive. READ MORE >>

    Creating a safety committee comprised of your employees is a terrific way to ensure employee support of your safety and wellness program.  OSHA has found that employee participation is crucial because it allows workers to weigh-in on important safety issues and gives them an opportunity for their concerns to be heard by company leaders. READ MORE >>

    The subject of this blog takes a slight detour from the health and wellness of your employees and looks at the financial wellness of your company.  According to the Institute of Worker’s Comp Professionals, over 50% of businesses are overcharged for their worker’s comp insurance. READ MORE >>

    Another key component of your internal process is the implementation of a quality stay at work program.  This involves keeping injured employees at work in a reduced capacity that is appropriate given their injury. READ MORE >>

    There is a world of difference between managing and monitoring claims.  Monitoring is not enough.  In order for this process to operate as smoothly as possible and provide for both the employees and the company, someone must actively manage outstanding claims. READ MORE >>

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