How Employee Background Checks Can Protect Nursing Homes

Why nursing homes need to employ stricter hiring protocols. Good business owners know that their employees are their biggest assets.  This is especially true for businesses in the healthcare industry.  This is because employees, such as those working for nursing homes, are responsible for important tasks such as administering treatment to patients, handling expensive equipment, Read More

Heads Up #3

The California Workers’ Compensation Institute will be boosting temporary total disability and permanent total disability rates for 2018 work injury claims and other comp benefits as a result of a boost in the CA State Average Weekly Wage.

Heads Up #2

A South Dakota firm is being put under the microscope after they allegedly ignored OSHA regulations, an oversight that resulted in a building collapse and the death of an employee. Hultgren Construction was renovating the former Copper lounge building on Dec. 2nd when it collapsed, killing a construction worker and trapping one of the residents Read More

Heads Up #1

Heads Up – The California Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau recently issued a bulletin reminding everyone of the requirement that carriers report the cost of all claims for which medical care is provided and medical costs are incurred, including those involving first aid treatment and even if the insurer did not make the payment. This means that Read More