Workers Comp

America’s Deadliest Jobs

America’s Deadliest Jobs

According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the television show “Deadliest Catch” is aptly named.

 
Longer Lives, Larger Liabilities

Longer Lives, Larger Liabilities

The rise in life expectancy could mean that companies have a major unfunded liability on their balance sheets.

 
Three Ways to Cut Workers Comp Costs

Three Ways to Cut Workers Comp Costs

Interacting more closely with your claims provider is key to easing one of your most onerous employee costs.

 
7 Steps to Building a Workers Comp Program

7 Steps to Building a Workers Comp Program

Running a well-managed workers compensation program is more critical than ever. Here’s how.

 
Workers Comp Turns 100: A Long History and an Evolving Future

Workers Comp Turns 100: A Long History and an Evolving Future

The modern U.S. workers compensation system officially turns 100 years old this year. Explore its fascinating past and uncertain future.

 
Taking the Stress Out of Work

Taking the Stress Out of Work

The workplace can be stressful, especially in tough times. But with certain steps, it does not have to be.

 
Back to Basics for Workers Comp

Back to Basics for Workers Comp

There a few important areas to consider when choosing a workers compensation provider.

 
A New Approach to Disability Management

A New Approach to Disability Management

Tracking non-occupational illness and injury trends can result in lower costs and a healthier workforce.

 
On Foreign Ground

On Foreign Ground

When companies send employees abroad they create unique workers compensation and liability challenges.