Litigation in the Worker’s Compensation Field

The Misunderstood Benefits of Return-to-Work Programs “Why would an employer ever spend more money to send their injured employee to volunteer? It doesn’t make very good business sense,” I was asked during a deposition in December. Recently ReEmployAbility had been named in a lawsuit; when such cases happen, I am usually called upon to testify and may be deposed as it pertains to details regarding the Transition2Work program. I admit…

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Toxic Workplaces Part 3 – The Light at the End of the Tunnel

Crafting Excellence As a business founder and CEO, I've learned that the true hallmark of success lies not only in financial gains but, more importantly, in cultivating a positive workplace culture. We've finally reached part three of this odyssey to come to brighter days. In the previous two parts, we discussed what happens when a company leader faces a toxic workplace and the proactive steps that any CEO, HR professional,…

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Achieving a Successful Partnership Among Stakeholders in Worker’s Compensation Claims

In the intricate landscape of worker's compensation, establishing a successful partnership among stakeholders is paramount to ensuring positive outcomes for injured employees. From employers to risk managers, adjusters, and vendors, each stakeholder plays a crucial role in navigating the complexities of the worker's compensation system and advocating for the well-being of injured workers. This article will delve into key insights shared during the recent WorkCompCollege webinar, highlighting strategies and best…

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Toxic Workplaces Part 2

Transforming Negativity: Essential Leadership Skills for a Positive Workplace As discussed in the previous article, addressing a toxic workplace demands more than good intentions; it requires a strategic skill set. In part two, we explore the practical steps and leadership skills necessary to steer a company away from pitfalls, navigating the necessity of transforming a hostile workplace into a thriving one. From defining and reinforcing company values to navigating the…

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Toxic Workplaces: The Good, The Bad, and The Very, Very Ugly. Part 1

Recognizing the Importance of Company Culture It's no secret that building a thriving company goes hand-in-hand with creating a positive workplace culture. What steps do you need to take as a leader to achieve that? It's not like any HR professional, CEO, or Founder can wave a magic wand and create a positive workplace culture without effort (if only it were that easy!) Building a business that prides itself on…

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