Presented on June 18, 2009, this webinar provided attendees answers to such questions as: How can you sustain a successful workers' comp program when unemployment is growing, when the economy is in a mess, when costs are under siege, and when doing "more with less" is now a reality for risk executives and claims management professionals?
What about returning an injured worker back to the job, when the job no longer exists? What should you expect from your TPA, managed care network and other vendors when the times are tough? How can you handle these kind of workers' comp issues in a union and non-union environment? What about investing in safety and prevention--can it be done in this climate?
Richard Pimentel, Principal, Milt Wright & Associates
Dawn Watkins, Director, Integrated Disability Management, L.A. Unified School District
Moderator: Jack Roberts, Editor in Chief, Risk & Insurance®
Please click here for the presentation slides from "Return-to-Work in a Recession?"
Or watch and listen to a recording of the webinar in our online archive.
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July 1, 2009
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