Tag: Practical Lessons

How To Minimize The Odds of Workers’ Comp Fraud at Your Organization

Yesterday, guest writer Bridget Miller explained some of the common types of workers’ comp fraud to watch out for. Today, she covers how to help prevent this common, and costly, problem. What Can Employers Do to Minimize Fraud? The possibility of workers’ compensation fraud can be frustrating, but, fortunately, there are a lot of actions […]

The Types of Workers’ Comp Fraud To Watch For

Most employers understand the benefits of workers’ compensation insurance. If an employee is injured on the job, the insurance kicks in to pay for the medical bills and at least a portion of the lost wages while the employee recovers. The employee doesn’t have to fear losing his or her livelihood after reporting the injury, […]

Revamp Your Return-To-Work Program

Yesterday, we reviewed the benefits of returning injured workers back to the job as quickly as possible. Today we look at one company’s innovative RTW strategy and invite you to a California-specific webinar next week that will show you how your RTW program can boost retention, reduce costs, and avoid lawsuits.

Making Return-to-Work Work for You

Spend a few hours in front of the TV on a weekday, and you’ll get an eyeful of what injured workers see every day—ads for lawyers promising large settlements for their injuries. But experts recommend getting employees off the couch and back on the job as soon as possible. Today we’ll look at the benefits […]

So What Are You Doing Later This Week?

Maybe you’ve got the usual lined up: a few (probably more than a few) meetings, some “repeat offender” employees who need to be whipped into shape yet again, piles and piles of paperwork, questions from above and below about all kinds of matters big and small.