9 factors impacting claims in 2017
February 23, 2017

9 factors impacting claims in 2017

Claims digitization will be the over-riding theme for 2017 as these capabilities touch every aspect of the claim landscape. A review of some of the more costly events in 2016 highlights the role

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Free Webinar : State of the Market Workers Compensation
February 9, 2017

Free Webinar : State of the Market Workers Compensation

  State of the Market Workers Compensation Wed, Feb 15, 2017 10:00 AM – 11:00 AM EST Please Join us on 2/15/17 from 10:00am – 11am to discuss the following Topics; State of the Market Workers’

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OSHA rules, opt-out programs round out the year in workers comp
January 4, 2017

OSHA rules, opt-out programs round out the year in workers comp

It was quite the year in the workers compensation and workplace safety sectors in 2016, with legislation to opt-out of state workers compensation programs gaining and then losing popularity,

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OSHA rule stresses maintaining injury and illness records
December 21, 2016

OSHA rule stresses maintaining injury and illness records

Employers could be facing more record-keeping citations under a new U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration rule that states they have a continuing obligation to maintain accurate

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22% Of Potential Donors Sitting It Out
December 14, 2016

22% Of Potential Donors Sitting It Out

If it isn’t clear already, the future generation of donors and volunteers prioritize and engage in ways far different than many organizations’ current bread and butter – Baby Boomers.

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Security analysts: Muni hack should be wake-up call to other agencies
December 9, 2016

Security analysts: Muni hack should be wake-up call to other agencies

Long the scourge of personal computers and small businesses, ransomware — like the virus that struck San Francisco Muni’s computer systems over the weekend — is becoming increasingly common among ...

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