7 Secrets that Cost Your Client a Bundle on their Workers' Comp

Important information on the classification of independent contractors vs. employees
1 year, 6 months ago

Department of Labor opinion letter Issued April 29, the opinion letter https://www.dol.gov/whd/opinion/FLSA/2019/2019_04_29_06_FLSA.pdf addresses whether a service provider for a virtual marketplace company is an employee of the company or an independent contractor under the FLSA. It concludes that the workers...

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Occupational health and safety risks now top cost disruptor
1 year, 9 months ago , ,

Employers looking to boost the bottom line would be smart to closely examine the costs of their health and safety incidents. While high-profile disruptions such as cyber-attacks, IT outages, or extreme weather get more attention, health and safety incidents are the leading...

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The daunting challenge of maintaining a drug-free workplace
1 year, 10 months ago ,

With a national opioid crisis that defies holistic solutions, the legalization of medicinal marijuana in more than 30 states and recreational marijuana in 10 states, increases in deadly overdoses in the workplace, changing state laws, confusion over OSHA’s anti-retaliatory drug...

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Experience mod is not a proxy for safety performance
1 year, 11 months ago , ,

The 2018 World Series left in its wake memories of clutch hits, gutsy pitching, and ballet-like leaping catches. But the one memory that also stands out took place even before the first pitch was thrown, when Dodgers’ manager Dave Roberts posted his...

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OSHA alert: Injury reporting records take on increased importance and upcoming deadlines
2 years, 13 days ago

Form 300A posting deadline February 1, 2019 Electronic rule making update Form 300A electronic submission deadline: March 2, 2019 How the data is being used: Site-Specific Targeting Initiative This month, all employers required to keep Form 300, the Injury and...

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The possibilities of telemedicine in Workers’ Comp
2 years, 1 month ago

While more and more insurers are offering telehealth as part of their health plans, the highly regulated workers’ comp industry is just getting it’s feet wet. Telemedicine is the use of electronic communication technologies to provide medical services to injured...

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