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Taking Ownership of Your Workers’ Compensation Program
Managing your workers' compensation claims process effectively can lead to reduced work comp insurance premiums.Oct. 28, 2014--Effective management of your workers’ compensation program can deliver benefits, including a decrease in lost time claims, reduced frequency of claims and, and a lower experience modification rating, which results in a lower premium.
Ebola Preparedness Resources
Oct. 21, 2014--The Ebola Response Center contains links to articles and other resources, including an upcoming Webinar discussing the virus, what’s occurred so far, appropriate precautions and even pandemic preparedness.
Work Comp Claims Refile Services Bring Substantial Savings
Oct. 15, 2014--A couple months ago, Marsh & McLennan Agency Claim Analyst Dan Nyberg learned that he surpassed his yearly goal of $100,000 in client insurance premium reductions through claim refiles. That left him with five months to continue pounding out more savings.
Lower Court Same-Sex Marriage Rulings Stand in Five States
The United States Supreme Court declined to hear appeals from five states regarding lower court rulings overturning state bans on same-sex marriage. Image used under Creative Commons from Purple Sherbet Photography https://www.flickr.com/photos/purplesherbet/12178081355)Oct. 8, 2014--On Monday, Oct. 6, the United States Supreme Court declined to hear appeals from five states regarding lower court rulings overturning state bans on same-sex marriage.
OSHA Expands Injury Reporting Requirements & Alters 300 Log Exemptions
OSHA expanded the list of severe injuries that must be reported to OSHA and redefined which employers need to maintain OSHA 300 logs. Image used under Creative Commons from Greg Younger (https://www.flickr.com/photos/gregor_y)Oct. 3, 2014--The federal Occupational Safety & Health Administration updated its recordkeeping rules by expanding the list of severe injuries that must be reported to OSHA and redefining which employers must maintain injury and illness reports.