Intent vs. Impact

Posted by Mauricio Velasquez on November 13, 2019 at 12:40 PM

Diversity issues or employee relation issues (among people who are different) typically involve two people. The perpetrator or the initiator of the behavior is one party and the target or the receiver of the behavior is the second party. The diversity issue or incident (sometimes it is one “moment of truth”) is defined as a behavior, an action, or a series of behaviors (a pathology or trend) that one party (the target) feels or concludes based on the initiator’s behavior(s).

How an Accurate Statement of Values can Secure the Proper Insurance Coverage

Posted by Shaun Callahan on November 6, 2019 at 12:38 PM

A statement of values (SOV) is a declaration to insurance providers indicating which properties your entity intends to insure. For risk management professionals concerned about property risk exposures, an up-to-date, accurate SOV is critical.

Maintaining basic information and insurable values alongside detailed property data can help ensure your organization is receiving the proper insurance coverage at the best rates. Here are three ways you can ensure your SOV is working for you.

The Value of Basic Building Information

Caveats that Affect the Return-to-Work Timeline

Posted by Kimberly Radcliffe on September 25, 2019 at 10:48 AM

When an individual suffers a workplace injury, as workers’ compensation professionals, we work to put them on a path to recovery. But we all know even the most well thought out plan can go awry. Here are four factors that can impact the recovery timeline of an injured worker and solutions for how to proactively mitigate risks before they cause the lifetime of a claim to extend.

Comorbidities

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Is Self-Funding Right for Your Organization

Posted by Belva Hale on September 17, 2019 at 2:24 PM

Risk Mitigation: Why Proactive Tools Are The New Reactive Solutions

Posted by Jeff Schobel on September 3, 2019 at 9:16 AM

In a world full of constant connectivity, the potential for risk continues to be on the rise. That’s why reactive response is no longer enough. Think about it: In this day and age, a simple photograph captured by cell phone at an inopportune moment can make or break a business. 

Fortunately, there are proactive ways that organizations can deter risk from even happening. Here are the top 3 reasons why proactive tools are the new reactive solutions:

eSharing Mobility

Posted by Thom Rickert on August 13, 2019 at 8:32 PM

Virtual Connections: Utilizing Technology to Build Relationships with Injured Workers

Posted by Tammy Bradly on August 7, 2019 at 10:08 AM

As the telemedicine industry continues to boom, we’re seeing more and more new forms of telehealth emerge in the marketplace. Telehealth variations include tele-rehab, remote patient monitoring and even utilization of “avatar-like” nurses by hospital systems and providers. In this new world of telehealth, we need to continually be looking for innovative modes by which triage and telephonic case managers can connect with the individuals they serve and engage them on their road to recovery.

Zakaria Hagig’s 2019 Annual Conference Student Scholar Reflection

Posted by Zakaria Hagig on July 31, 2019 at 9:36 AM

Sydney Stauffer's 2019 Annual Conference Student Scholar Reflection

Posted by Sydney Stauffer on July 24, 2019 at 9:46 AM

 

I attended the 2019 Annual PRIMA Conference in Orlando, FL, from June 9th through June 12th as a student scholar. In attending this important professional conference, I had the unique opportunity to further my public risk management education through interactive sessions and workshops, as well as networking with experts in the field. As a result, I was able to learn more about the challenges risk managers face today. 

Service Animals in the Workplace

Posted by Sacha Dyson on July 16, 2019 at 9:16 PM

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