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Bias in the Workplace and other expert thoughts 3.9.2018

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David Langham, Deputy Chief Judge of Florida Compensation Claims. Twitter @FLJCC What Can We Do About Bias in the Work Place? Bias, harassment, and abuse are becoming acknowledged as culturally and professionally systemic. These issues are not new; what is new is the seeming willingness to have open and honest discussions about them.

Is there a place for telemedicine in workers’ comp?

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Happy Friday! First some housekeeping. I will be changing the name of my weekly blog posts to “Experts in Work Comp.” My friend / colleague Stephen Sullivan over atWorkCompWire already has a product in place by the name of WorkCompRecap, so out of respect, I am changing the name of my blogging activities.

WorkCompRecap Week of 2.12.2018

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  Margaret Spence. Twitter @margaretspence Where Are the Pathways to Growth for Women? One of the key issues discussed at the Alliance of Women in Workers Compensation pre-conference session last December was the glaring lack of women in key leadership roles within the insurance industry. Most women languish in middle-management roles, so busy being excellent

WorkCompRecap @expertsinwc Week of 2.5.18

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  Artemis Emslie Twitter @ArtemisEmslie on Millennials and the WC Industry: We’re all aware that as an industry we need to re-think and re-tool if we are going to recruit more millennials. We need to bring solutions now. So, what do we need to do to reposition the industry to capture their attention?

WorkCompRecap @expertsinwc Week of 1.29.18

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Happy Friday! It’s February and Groundhog Day! Please follow on Twitter @workcomprecap. It’s been an interesting week. Please like and share! Comments and suggestions are welcomed! William Zachry Twitter @wzachry Jumper Claims. The biggest cost drivers in workers compensation are: litigation lost time employer employee relationship the at risk employee opioids Fraud (California