10/25/21- SHRM- TLB
  • Zero Tolerance: A Failed Paradigm

    Competition for qualified, motivated and committed employees has never been more challenging. Stressors, pandemic related or not, have led to an increase in drug and alcohol use at home and in the workplace. Our collective sobriety has been challenged in ways never thought possible. While...
  • Worksite Clinic Success: The Essentials

    Employers who invest in a worksite clinic, whether the clinic is insourced or outsourced, should expect consistency in the care of work-related injuries, even across multiple sites.
  • Executive Physician Consulting for Businesses

    In 2020, the COVID-19 pandemic challenged business leaders in ways they never imagined. Organizations have a pivotal role to protect the health of employees, customers, and the public. Many businesses understood that their current leaders did not have the skills to respond to the challenges...
  • The Benefits and Growth of Telemedicine in Workers' Compensation

    Telemedicine has become ubiquitous in personal health and is beginning to become more prevalent in the workers' compensation industry, providing injured workers with a much-needed alternative to the traditional clinic and hospital-based healthcare. Read more about the value of telemedicine for...
  • Medical Skepticism and its Effects on Your Employees' Healthcare

    We live in an age of scientific enlightenment. Science, through technology, has made remarkable advances in the 20th and early 21st centuries. These advances include the internet and personal computing, advanced communication technologies, automobile, air and space travel, inexpensive global...