SLC 2015: Keeping employees healthy and at work

Transitional work programs pay off not only in savings from reduced workers’ comp claims but also in the mental and psychological boost employees get from feeling valued and staying busy while they’re healing, say a pair of managers of such programs in the healthcare and construction sectors. EHS Today

Pennsylvania Supreme Court: Mom stabbed by son can’t get workers’ comp

While conceding the case is “tragic,” a majority of the Pennsylvania Supreme Court has ruled that a woman who is disabled after being stabbed repeatedly by her son is not eligible for workers compensation. The 4-1 decision, issued this week, overturns a January 2014 ruling by the Commonwealth Court that granted workers comp benefits. At […]