Workers’ compensation represents less than 2% of U.S. medical spending, and thus was fundamentally ignored in the 2010 legislation that overhauled the nation’s health care system. Yet, the reform impacts and benefits workers’ compensation programs in two direct ways.
The following is a case study based on real Kapnick clients about the impact return to work programs have on getting employees back to work safely while minimizing disability and medical costs. THE PROBLEM Workplace injuries have the potential to impact any business or organization, at any time, no matter the industry.
The following is a case study based on real Kapnick clients about how poor office ergonomics were impacting a client’s workers’ compensation claims and premium costs. THE PROBLEM A Kapnick client with a large office staff kept having significant workers’ compensation claims due to repetitive strain
The following is a case study based on real Kapnick clients about the impact a high experience modification rate was having on workers’ compensation premium costs. THE PROBLEM A precision machine component manufacturer had issues with their workers’
Now is the time to review your disaster recovery plans and procedures for hurricanes and other natural disasters. At Kapnick, we have tools to help, including emergency plan worksheets, checklists, and more. Storm’s brewing. Be prepared. When disaster hits, many businesses find themselves under-prepared.
With Michigan instituting a Stay Home, Stay Safe policy, a lot of workers are finding themselves suddenly working from home. For some, Wednesday may have been day one, for others you may have had more time to work out the kinks.