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The Aging Workforce: Implications for Employers   Workers aged 45 and older account for an increasing share of the US workforce.1 Employment by workers aged 45-54 has grown moderately, while workers aged 55-64 ...
Changing Third Party Claims Administrators: The Data Implications Now that a new TPA has been selected, what does that mean for you and your carrier on the topic of claims data?  While it may sound easy to “move data” from one ...
Changing Third Party Claims Administrators: An Introduction As all of our primary casualty insurance programs are unbundled for claims and loss control, we regularly see insureds that want to make a change in their third ...
Managing Fatigue-Related Workplace Losses Employees who report to work in an acute or chronically fatigued condition, or who become fatigued while on the job, may be at significantly higher risk of errors ...
Fracking, the Great American Oil and Gas Comeback and Its Effect on Risk Managers in the Energy Space In recent years, the United States has dramatically changed the global oil and gas energy landscape. According to the U.S. Energy Information Administration: ...
Telecommuting Employees and Workers’ Compensation Considerations Whether a formal or casual arrangement, telecommuting is becoming increasingly more common.  Employees appreciate the convenience and flexibility while employers ...
The Psychosocial Component of Workers’ Compensation Claims The goal in handling a workers’ compensation (WC) claim is to restore the injured worker to maximum medical improvement (MMI) and return the worker to the ...
Addressing Risk in the Growing Sharing Economy Whether referred to as the “access economy,” “collaborative consumption,” or “circular economy,” the broader known “sharing economy” continues to grow and ...

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