In fiscal year 2013, approximately $2.4 million was paid to the city’s workers’ compensation fund to cover the Berkeley Police Department.
California passed two bills designed to protect workers and consumers caught up in the growing temp and “sharing” economies. Was it enough?
A number of states have imposed mandatory quarantines for anyone exposed to people infected with Ebola.
Personnel issues often play a large role in the overall claims outcomes that an employer receives from a TPA.
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By Joan Collier
‘Disturbing’ Trends in Workers’ Compensation
By Joan E. Collier
I came across an interesting paper put out this month by the National Economic and Social Rights Initiative (NESRI) titled “National Trends and Developments in Workers’ Compensation.”
The National Safety Council's Dr. Don Teater, MD has penned a white paper that contains powerful data and interesting insights regarding the use of opioids for chronic non-cancer pain. And it turns out, you've been right all along...