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10 Great Places to Eat in San Diego during RIMS

Posted by Mike Wright on April 06, 2016

If you are attending the RIMS conference, you will want to know where the best restaurants are. While the conference will take up a large portion of your time, you will have some personal time left where you can explore San Diego and the surrounding area. There are several restaurants near the Convention Center that offer exceptional food at an affordable price, most of which are in walking distance of the venue.

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Where Can I Find Pre-Employment Screening Services?

Posted by Mike Wright on March 08, 2016

Employers often use pre-employment screening services to complete their hiring process. Some employers order personal background checks on prospective new hires. Some companies require candidates to undergo various medical or physical examinations. The law says you cannot require these screenings unless you’ve made a bona fide job offer. But the law does not specify who can or should perform the tests or where screenings should take place.

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Ergonomic Solutions For The Hospitality Industry

Posted by Mike Wright on February 09, 2016

The hospitality industry is a prime candidate to implement ergonomic solutions. Workers in restaurants and lodging facilities perform many types of jobs. Many of these jobs are very physical. Dishwashers, servers, bartenders and luggage handlers are all at risk of on-the-job injuries.

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What Are The Benefits Of Rehab At Work?

Posted by Mike Wright on January 20, 2016

In our last blog article, we talked about whether your company should offer rehab at work. Now let’s take a closer look at the benefits rehab at work can bring your company and your employees.

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Do Corporate Wellness Programs Work?

Posted by Mike Wright on December 17, 2015

In our last blog article, we explored some corporate wellness program ideas. About half of American companies now have wellness programs. But do they really work? Should your company have one?

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How to be a Workers' Compensation Hero

Posted by Mike Wright on November 12, 2015

If you’re a workers’ compensation professional, of course you want to be a hero. Workers’ comp is a key part of your company’s business operations. It affects regulatory compliance, productivity, employee relations, and the bottom line.

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Direct To Specialist Or Managed Care: Which Reduces Costs More?

Posted by Mike Wright on November 05, 2015

As more managed care (MC) organizations seek to fill their excess capacity with workers' compensation claims, it's worth examining their impact on claims costs, particularly as compared to a direct-to-specialist approach. Both approaches sit on fundamentally different foundations.

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6 Ways To Reduce Workers' Compensation Claims

Posted by Mike Wright on September 22, 2015

Medical bills, lost time payments, and permanent injury payments. The costs associated with workers compensation goes far beyond the basic premiums. Reducing the number of claims is in the best interest of the employees and the company.

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