The Texas Department of Insurance has adopted updates to the rules companies must follow when requesting examination appeals and on how often TDI should examine certain companies in the first five years.
The LWC issued a notice warning job seekers of scam job fairs and other events via media outlets that are not sponsored by the LWC.
Online-only Pie Insurance has started offering its workers compensation insurance in five more states, bringing the total to 14.
In the current labor market, some employees are not putting in notice when quitting their current job or after receiving an offer, a phenomenon known as “ghosting.”
The first Workers’ Compensation Advisory Council (WCAC) meeting of 2019 was held yesterday at the LaSalle Building in Baton Rouge. Members discussed ongoing projects like the Medical Treatment Guidelines updates and the upcoming Legislative Session, which starts April 8th.
OSHA has posted new frequently asked questions (FAQs) on the agency’s standard for respirable crystalline silica in general industry.
EHS Today announced a new webinar: “Opioids/Cannabis Workplace Drug Testing: What Should Employers Know?”
Average hourly earnings increased in all 50 states from December 2017 to December 2018.
In the midst of the government shutdown, new inflated federal penalties for OSHA violations are not officially published.