What the NFL front office, teams and players need is some enterprise risk management to help guide them through the trouble spots.
Transportation companies must consider how they will handle employees who are injured at a site far from the employer’s office.
To save you time, here’s a sampling of workers' compensation and insurance news from around the country, each in 400 words or less.
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The U.S. Supreme Court has agreed to hear arguments concerning the legality of same-sex marriages. Rather moot at this point, you might think, with the unions now legal in 35 states and Washington, D...
Since 2009, fatalities related to large truck road accidents have increased by 17 percent. In 2013, that number rose to 3,964 fatalities, the fourth straight year of increases. This bucks the trend of vehicle-related fatalities overall, which have been steadily decreasing. Fatalities involving large trucks and buses represent about 4% of the overall annual vehicle-related fatality total.
I’m talking about marketing here folks, and not the typical work comp service marketing, which is not much more than a big party at NWCDC &/or RIMS plus some folks doing RFP responses and the (very) occasional website re-do. Nope – real marketing – creative brand promotion that dramatically raises awareness. Campaigns that make the market sit up and take notice. Smacking them in their eyeballs with innovative, aggressive, creative messaging.