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Alaska Commission May Not Determine Scope of Treatment for Chiropractor

The Workcomp Writer

The Alaska Workers’ Compensation Commission has no jurisdiction to determine the scope or limits of chiropractic practice, held the state’s Supreme Court recently in State v. That question was not for the Workers’ Compensation Commission. White , 2023 Alas. LEXIS 50 (Alaska May 19, 2023). Dr. John P. Shannon, Jr.,

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Major Change in the EMA

Florida Workers' Comp

There are many who watch for workers' compensation each session. There are many touched by this law, but relatively few can take the time to make workers' compensation their priority unless a systemic change is in discussion. The 2023 session will not join the annals of Florida workers' compensation history. 440.13, F.S.;


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How to Attract and Retain Gen Z Talent?

HR Lineup

Offer Competitive Compensation and Benefits: While purpose and workplace culture are crucial for Gen Z, competitive compensation and benefits also play a significant role in attracting and retaining talent.

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Everything you should know about Adams’ Equity Theory


This theory is widely applied in modern organizations as a means of understanding employee motivation and designing compensation and incentive systems that promote fairness and equality. Adams’ Equity Theory describes three situations: overpaid inequity, underpaid inequity, and equity.

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Don’t Let Inflation Hinder Your Approach to Total Rewards

Volatile economic conditions are pushing leaders to reframe their benefits and compensation strategies. How is your organization coping? The Q3 issue of Gallagher Better Works Insights has the details you need to create a sustainable total rewards program.

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CMS Releases Proposed Rule: Medicaid Program; Ensuring Access to Medicaid Services

McDermott Will & Emery Employee Benefits

On May 3, 2023, the Centers for Medicare & Medicaid Services (CMS) published the proposed rule Medicaid Program; Ensuring Access to Medicaid Services.

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Adapting, Evolving and Staying Competitive in a Disrupted Economy

It’s clear that a more flexible and strategic approach to total compensation is required to create a better path forward. Organizational success depends on workforce wellbeing, and employee needs are varied and constantly changing.

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How to Execute a Strategic and Efficient Compensation Cycle: Plan

Do your compensation cycles lead to frustration and exhaustion, only to underwhelm your employees? Invest the time pre-cycle to plan for a more efficient, strategic compensation review process that will help you retain talent. This free eBook will show you how to: Run a compensation cycle post-mortem and update your timeline.

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Rethink Total Rewards for Top Talent During Economic Uncertainty

Explore the impact of inflation and shifting economic conditions on compensation planning for 2023. Download Gallagher’s latest white paper for insights into creating a compensation strategy that is competitive, fair, and equitable to compete in today's talent market.

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Best Practices for Pay Transparency Around Your Sales Reps

Speaker: Grayson Morris, CEO, Performio & Lisa Wallace, Co-Founder, Assemble

Many are frustrated with their compensation and indicate this as a major driver of attrition. How a clearly defined incentive compensation process can provide transparency around commission structures, so reps don’t think comp is a “black box”. How can pay transparency help you retain and motivate your reps?

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6 Ways to Make Sure Total Reward is Communicated Effectively

The fundamentals of the social contract between the employer and employee are compensating labor. Your total reward offering may be the best there is, but it is deemed irrelevant if not communicated effectively. Communication and motivation start here, and only then can the results expand out.

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Creating Benefits Flexibility Your Employees Will Value

Speaker: Alex Anderson - Total Rewards Strategist at Lockton Companies | Leo Tokar - President, People Solutions and Partner at Lockton Companies

In fact, the most common inquiry that total rewards experts receive from workers in all fields is how much control they should have over their compensation and benefits. Employees want more personalization. To begin answering this question, we must do a complete value assessment of total rewards.

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The Informed Rewards Leader: Reevaluating Your Global Benefits Strategy for 2023+

Speaker: Sean Raible - Founder & Principal Consultant, Game Plan Total Rewards Consulting Inc.

As leaders in compensation and benefits, we must keep up with the trends that would enhance the value proposition to current and potential employees. The benefits industry is evolving. Employees are now looking for more flexibility, increased support, and extra perks outside of the traditional benefits structure.

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The 4 Keys to Delivering a Personalized Total Rewards Program

Speaker: Sean Luitjens, Chief Product & Marketing Officer at uFlexReward

Now is a great time for companies to get creative, leveraging all available elements between compensation and benefits, this in addition to any other employee value proposition components you may have or want to add down the road. Is your organization prepared to develop and implement a program to deliver a personalized reward program?