Employers with above-average financial success have 8 characteristics in common, applicable through a wide cross-section of industries. Find out what they are – and if you don’t have them, what you can do to get them.
Near-misses happen every day – and 75% of all accidents are preceded by one or more near misses. Learn how to lower the number and severity of workplace injuries now, before you’re faced with incidents of bodily injury or property damage.
Avoiding workplace injuries keeps productivity consistent, lets an employee return home in the same condition they arrived, and increases your company’s bottom line. Here’s how to set up employee safety training to help comply with OSHA guidelines.
We all know that an important key to success is to make the right plans, execute them, measure progress along the way, and make those all-important adjustments to achieve the outcome you’re striving for.
This guide was created to help you manage the process of getting medical treatment for injured employees, facilitating their quick return to work, and ensuring you – the employer – incur realistic costs.
Supervisors are an employer’s first line of defense against workers’ comp claims and any lawsuits that arise as a result. You need to review your supervisor training to ensure they can handle workplace injuries properly. This guide will help you do just that.
As most organizations’ policy renewal date approaches, they seek out the only solution they can think of – requesting new quotes from insurance brokers. By that point, you’re already six months too late to lower your workers’ compensation costs. Here’s how to manage the process so it lowers your costs.