Since Louisiana Comp Blog launched in 2014 under the auspices of LCI Workers’ Comp, we have published 4,457 individual posts and covered numerous and varied industry conferences, regulatory events, and committee meetings, seeking to keep our readers informed of developments in the world of workers’ compensation across Louisiana and the region.
Preliminary data released today by the Bureau of Labor and Statistics (BLS) shows that the Baton Rouge metropolitan statistical area (MSA) has set another nonfarm employment record at 415,200 jobs for November 2019.
A recent Beyond the Numbers report from the Bureau of Labor Statistics looks at teacher’s job requirements, employer costs, and benefits.
The latest episode of AM BestTV features a discussion of web-based software and how it is transforming insurers’ business.
WCRI released a new FlashReport: How Do Claim Costs, Components of Costs, and Worker Outcomes Differ by Age?
The latest Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS) “Beyond the Numbers” report focuses on grocery productivity.
OSHA updated its Winter Weather web page with preparation tips for working outside in cold conditions around the country.
Gov. John Bel Edwards and Supreme Rice President and CEO Bobby Hanks announced a $20 million expansion of the rice mill’s facilities in Crowley, Louisiana.
The FDA has announced the Compounding Quality Center of Excellence – an initiative designed to enhance collaboration among and provide educational programs for outsourcing facilities aimed at improving the overall quality of compounded medicines.
The Texas Division of Workers’ Compensation announced that a Houston medical facility pled guilty in a Travis County District Court to workers’ compensation fraud and was ordered to pay $30,000 in restitution.