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The 800-Pound Gorilla

Florida Workers' Comp

Some believe that the distinction is somehow starker in the community of workers' compensation, but I am dubious. Some believe that part of our workers' compensation challenge is based upon a conscious decision to neither recruit nor train young professionals early in the 21st century. There will always be workers' compensation.

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Louisiana Court Says COVID-19 Was Not an Occupational Disease

The Workcomp Writer

Background Kibodeaux worked as a surveyor for the employer, an oilfield company. Kibodeaux sought workers’ compensation benefits, alleging that he contracted COVID-19 on the job and that COVID-19 was a compensable occupational disease. He could not show that he suffered from an occupational disease [ Kibodeaux v. Jan’s Constr.


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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. A recent study of more than 2,000 employees, "What Your Employees Think About Your Benefits Communication," found that almost half of all employees are confused by the benefits their employers’ offer them.

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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. The 2021 Q1 Gallagher Better WorksSM Insights Report: The Path Forward explores how employers can balance workforce expectations against organizational goals.