When an employee is injured at work, Workers' Compensation benefits are available to cover lost wages and medical costs related to the injury.
Whether those benefits spiral out of control or are properly managed depends on a lot of factors. Consider, for instance, just a few of the tasks/responsibilities associated with managing your workers' comp program. You have to handle or deal with:
Working with doctors
Return to work issues and programs
Dealing with your workers' comp insurer
Forms, paperwork, reporting, and more!
Whether you are a new or experienced administrator, if you have workers' comp responsibilities at your workplace - or are overwhelmed by the sheer number of tasks associated with it - you may need some help to simplify things and help you get the basic time-
and cost-savings processes in place. And our training course can help!
Find Workers' Comp Training Courses
TrainingCenter offers a variety of workers compensation courses for you and your employees. Simply click on a link below for more details or to order a specific Workers' Compensation training course.
Webinars & Audio Conferences For Workers' Comp Training
Most people administering Workers' Compensation for their employer are not in the insurance business - or not even in a safety role at work - recognizing and putting a stop to those that would defraud the system can be daunting. But this training session can help!
Join us for a 90-minute audio conference when our workers’ compensation expert will address best practices to help you manage your claim(s) and stay out of litigation that places you and your employee as adversaries.
This session will show you how it is possible to develop a new - or revise an existing - Incentive/Reward Program that will help you promote positive safety behaviors in your workers - and stand up to OSHA scrutiny!
Most HR professionals have never had formal training in how to conduct investigations; yet, when the time comes to handle an employee issue…who do they call?? HR. Act now to learn the basics of how to gather a statement of complaint, identify witnesses, gather evidence, and conduct witness interviews that get to the truth.