Are You Doing All You Can when it Comes to Workers’ Compensation?

Is everything possible being done to protect your company from the costly impacts of workers’ compensation claims? As an employer, you know that injuries will happen. However, this doesn’t mean you shouldn’t try to prevent them by knowing the dynamics and some of the solutions recommended by the experts. Minor Injury, Major Claim It’s the

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What Every Business Should Know About Workers’ Comp Fraud

If employees are hurt on the job, workers’ compensation coverage will protect them. This coverage pays for lost wages, medical bills and any other related expenses workers incur while recovering. Since the number of scams with this type of insurance are very small, it is safe to assume that the majority of employees are honest

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Take Three Steps to Controlling Your Workers’ Compensation Costs

Workers’ compensation insurance can be a large cost center for a business, and if your employees are regularly injured on the job those costs can quickly become a financial burden, even in this period of low rates. Companies in industries with high rates of workplace injuries are especially vulnerable, particularly if an employee suffers permanently

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Return to Office Drive May Lead to Employment Practices Lawsuits

With the COVID-19 pandemic appearing to be behind us, employers that had allowed their staff to work remotely have been bringing them back to the office, but some firms have faced resistance and even lawsuits by employees who prefer to continue working from home. Career assistance website Zippia reports that two-thirds of Americans are working remotely

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The Top Phishing E-Mail Subject Lines to Beware of

The stakes for companies who have been hacked are growing with each passing year, and the most common way a business’s database and vital information is exposed is due to employees clicking on malicious e-mail links. Many attempts to get employees to open and click on dangerous links are crude and easily detectable. But cyber

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