The world of labor and employment law is always evolving at a rapid pace and January 2017 was a month like no other. Stay on top of the latest developments that all employers need to know about.
Here is a quick review of the 12 biggest stories.
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The first webinar from Out Front Ideas with Kimberly and Mark touched on 20 Workers' Compensation issues to Watch in 2017.
See the summary of the initial 10 issues discussed.
Many discussions took place in 2016 that required claims management teams to examine their impact on workers' compensation costs. The New Year provides an opportunity to continue the conversation and make progress in managing risk and costs within every program.
Read further to see what the 3 influences are in 2017.
One bad claim is often not the biggest threat to an employers workers' comp cost, it's an escalated cost on multiple claims. There are several ways an employer can reduce claims that can potentially lead to higher financial outcomes.
Take a look at these 11 red flags of escalated claims costs.
The recent National Workers' Compensation & Disability Conference (NWCDC) session went into great detail about how psychosocial factors are delaying claim resolution and how they impede recovery.
Find out what these psychosocial issues are.