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Eleven Workers' Compensation Issues Sure to Impact 2011

The Eight Major Mistakes Employers Make When Workers' Compensation Rates Go Down

Surviving the Tidal Wave of Demographic Pressure

The Myth of the Bad Employee

The "Perceived Boss" May be the Silver Bullet in Controlling Workers' Compensation Costs

What Employers Need to Know about the Recovery of Injured Workers

The Biggest Mistakes Companies Make With Their Workers' Compensation Insurance

The Costly Dangers of Not Getting Injured Employees Back to Work Quickly

When Pain Keeps Injured Workers From Going Back to Work

Control your Experience Mod or it Will Control You

Reduce Workers' Compensation Costs with CompScore Metrics

Five Costly Mistake Employers Make With Workers' Compensation Managed Care Organizations

Classification: The Foundation of Workers' Compensation for the Construction Company

Sub-Contractors Pressured to Get Workers' Comp Experience Mods Down

The Startling Truth About Workers' Compensation and Declines in Claim Frequency

Six Ways You May Be Failing Your Clients

Seven Ways Supervisors Can Throw a Business Under the Bus and Not Even Know It

The Role of the Family Practitioner in Injury Management

Pre-Qualifying Your Business Can be Money in the Bank

For Lower Insurance Premiums, It Pays to Keep Employees Fit

Obesity's Link to Diabetes in the Workplace Puts a Heavy Burden on Employers

How to Keep Occupational Diseases from Impacting Your Workers' Compensation Costs

How to Avoid Missing Out on Workers' Compensation Savings

Increase in Use of Electronics Creating "Intexticated" Workers

Six Actions Employers Can Take to Control Runaway Workers' Compensation Medical Costs

What Insurance Agents Need to Know to Help Keep Client's Experience Mod Under Control

A 14 Point Workers' Comp Annual Checkup that Can Protect You Against Workers' Comp Claims

Workplace Violence Can Put Your Company at Risk

What You Don't Know CAN Hurt You - The Importance of Pre-Employment Screening

10 Ways to Find Lost Money in Workers' Compensation Loss Run Reports

When it Comes to Older Workers on the Job, The Game Has Changed

Including Health & Wellness in Your Clients Plan Can Reap Benefits for Everyone

The WorkComp Perfect Storm - David Leng, Duncan Insurance

Ten Costly Return to Work Mistakes

In Workers' Compensation Cases, Subrogation May Be a Solution

Don't Let Worker's Comp Issues Keep Your Company's Bottom-Line from Growing - Steve Tade, Winter-Dent

When it comes to using PPE in the workplace, the “eyes” have it

Pre-qualifying Your Business Can be Money in the Bank - David Leng and Michael Lukart

Protecting Your Employees from Injury Can Often Be Child's Play

What You Don't Know About the Experience Mod Can Cost Your Client Plenty

Just What the Doctor Ordered: Workers' Comp Prescription Drug Costs, and What You Can Do About It

Food Industry Executives Shouldn't have to Swallow Excessive WorkComp Costs - Paul Johnson - Horton Group

How to Help Clients Make Workers' Comp Employee Friendly

Are You Making Workers' Comp "Employee Friendly"? - Published in Tire Business

Changes Coming to How California Addresses Workplace Injuries?

How Our Company's Workers' Compensation Insurance Works for You - A Document Explaining the Process

Post-Offer, Pre-Placement Medical Questionairre

Spanish Post-Offer Pre-Placement Medical Questionairre

Post-visit Preplacement Medical Form