Inside Workers’ Comp Blog

Who Will Fill the Void? Recruiting Younger Workers’ Comp Professionals

Posted on July 31, 2017

As a mature industry, workers’ comp will have significant employment holes to fill as more professionals begin to retire. How do we make the workers’ comp industry more appealing to millennials? Debbi Bromley, Senior Vice... Read More

Celebrating Nurses Week: 7 Days Isn't Enough

Posted on May 12, 2017

As we say goodbye to another National Nurses Week — Happy 197th birthday, Florence Nightingale — I feel the familiar pang of disappointment. Why is it that we relegate just one week to honor the backbone of our health care... Read More

A Day in the Life that Changed Mine

Posted on May 4, 2017

How an injured worker gave me a new perspective on workers’ comp For much of my 20-plus years in the workers’ compensation industry, I’ve been sitting behind a desk. Like many of you, my days are filled with usual tasks –... Read More

Sneak Peek: The Rise of a Real-life Robocop

Posted on April 13, 2017

What if everything you’ve worked for was lost in a single moment? Would you know how to respond and what resources could help you rebuild your life? Read More

Treating LGBTQ Injured Workers: Gaining Cultural Competence, Building Trust

Posted on April 6, 2017

Health care disparities based on sexual orientation have become more prevalent, with statistics to prove it. Lack of trust between patient and provider can have a significant impact in workers’ comp, says Genex branch... Read More

Addressing Carrier Concerns

Posted on January 25, 2017

Genex’s Paul Neff, senior vice president, discusses how insurance companies can better prepare for some of the changes they’ll likely face as states continue to push workers’ comp reform legislation. Read More

Becoming a Driving Influence in Workers’ Comp with Delphia Frisch

Posted on December 20, 2016

Interview with Delphia Frisch, 2016 Women to Watch Honoree Read More

Making Change Happen in WC: What’s Holding You Back?

Posted on November 22, 2016

Everyone’s looking for new ways to improve their work comp programs, but when it comes time to implement real changes, it’s not so easy. In today’s Inside Workers’ Comp, Ron Skrocki explains why change is a challenge. Read More