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Discussing Sensitive Topics with Injured Workers. Part 1

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Linda Van Dillen, RN, BA, CCM; Twitter @CompAllianceRN; VP Communications & Chief Quality Officer, CompAlliance When I give a presentation on opioids, my opening slide is a prayer card from a girlfriend’s son after he overdosed on heroin.  I explain addiction affects every family in some way. I see universal

Crafting the perfect social media post!

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Emily Montes de Oca, Multi-Media Designer | LinkedIn @emilymontesdeoca | When it comes to creating a company social media posts for your company’s social platform, each one should be treated as if it is a new painting. Each post should be unique and branded to your company page. Creating a

10 Tips for a Better Media Interview

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Helen King Patterson, APR | Twitter @HKKnight | email: [email protected] In our world / industry, most media interviews are conducted over the phone. It is essential to take the time to be prepared. Here are some tips to help you prepare for the interview ahead of time and ensure you have

The world according to Zachry.

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I had the pleasure of chatting recently with Bill Zachry, senior fellow at the Sedgwick Institute. You can find him on Twitter @wzachry. He is a trusted industry colleague and I am grateful to call him my friend. Many of you know that one of Bill’s hobbies is photography and

Catching up with Billy Parker, safety advocate…

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Kristen Chavez Twitter @NchavezKristen | President & CEO WorkCompCentral I chatted with Kristen Chavez recently and she was excited to talk about a conversation she had recently with one of several injured worker Comp Laude® Award winners from 2018. Q. What’s been happening with you and the injured worker community?