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Using Union Contract to Terminate Injured Employees Creates ADA Exposure

Using Union Contract to Terminate Injured Employees Creates ADA Exposure

In a recent Article Published at LexisNexis – Attorney’s Goldman, Magdalin & Krikes, LLP – Highlights the importance of consulting with an employment attorney when making termination decision involving injured employees – even...
Drug Testing and How It Impacts Injured Employees

Drug Testing and How It Impacts Injured Employees

From New York Times Article – Drug Testing Posses Quandry for Employers There was a great article in the New York Times this week on the impact of Drug Testing after an employee is injured on the job. The article follow several employees who were...
Everybody Hates Workers Compensation – Defining Industry Challenges

Everybody Hates Workers Compensation – Defining Industry Challenges

By Margaret Spence – Published in National Underwriter and Claims Magazine There are few stakeholders in the system who would refute the headline of this article. As we grapple with the things we dislike about the workers’ compensation system,...
Moving the Occupational Clinic Experience from Good to Great

Moving the Occupational Clinic Experience from Good to Great

By Margaret Spence – Published at Florida Underwriter Magazine “No single injury management relationship is more important than the one established with the occupational clinic.” That’s a phrase workers’ compensation professionals keep saying,...
Members Registration: Everybody Hates Workers Comp -Nov 4, 2010

Members Registration: Everybody Hates Workers Comp -Nov 4, 2010

WorkCompSeminars.com – Webcast – 45693-B – Free Webcast for Members As we grapple with the things we dislike about the workers compensation system, outside forces are chipping away at our bronze coating and creating new standards for...
Webcast: Everybody Hates Workers Comp – Right? Nov 4, 2010

Webcast: Everybody Hates Workers Comp – Right? Nov 4, 2010

As we grapple with the things we dislike about the workers compensation system, outside forces are chipping away at our bronze coating and creating new standards for adjusters and industry stakeholders. Is our hate for the system or contentment with the...
Defining How Injured Employees Access Medical Treatment

Defining How Injured Employees Access Medical Treatment

This entry is part 2 of 5 in the series Creating a Written Return-to-Work Policy - Step by Step GuideYour company’s return-to-work policy should answer questions about obtaining medical treatment. Employees should be advised that they have to seek treatment...
New Workers Compensation Exposure Demand New Management Strategies

New Workers Compensation Exposure Demand New Management Strategies

In the olden days, we lamented that the workers’ compensation system was going to drive us mad.  I distinctly remember when workers’ compensation comprised of five or six moving parts:  Medical Treatment   Lost Wages   Impairment Ratings   Permanent...
Avoiding Delays in Accessing Workers Compensation Medical Treatment

Avoiding Delays in Accessing Workers Compensation Medical Treatment

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Creating a Written Return-to-Work Policy - Step by Step Guide The number one reason why employees hire attorneys? Confusion about medical treatment or delays in obtaining authorization for treatment, which is associated...
Creating a Return to Work Policy for Your Employee Handbook

Creating a Return to Work Policy for Your Employee Handbook

This entry is part 1 of 5 in the series Creating a Written Return-to-Work Policy - Step by Step GuideBringing it All Together – Creating the Final Return to Work Policy The official return-to-work policy should be part of a workers’ compensation section...
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