America's biggest employers want to pick and choose the benefits they give their injured workers.
Iowa’s former Workers’ Compensation Commissioner Christopher J. Godfrey continues to be a thorn in the side of his past employer.
The IRS has recently issued the tax equivalent of an air raid siren: placing captives on its list of dirty dozen abusive tax shelters.
Workers’ compensation costs for employers have dropped by nearly 28 percent since 2011.
Remember that just because a job area is growing rapidly doesn’t necessarily mean it pays well.
Women outnumber men in the nursing profession by more than 10 to 1. But men still earn more, a new study finds.
Deaths from drug overdose have risen steadily over the past 20 years and currently outnumber deaths from car accidents in the U.S.
Getting serious about risk management
By Joan Collier
Keynote Speakers for WCEC Announced
By Joan E. Collier
We have confirmation on the two keynote speakers for the 70th annual Workers’ Compensation Educational Conference August 23-26 in Orlando.
The industry keynoter will be Debbie Michel, president of...
After several attempts to get the ProPublica and NPR reporters working the work comp beat to see both sides of a very complex “system”, better understand the drivers and dynamics, and correct their errors publicly, I’m giving up.
Today marks the 10-year anniversary of the BP plant explosion in Texas City, Texas, that killed 15 workers and injured 170. In the decade since, workers have died in similar disasters at West Fertilizer in West Texas; Tesoro in Anacortes, Washington; DuPont in Laporte, Indiana; and many more.