Apr 10, 2019
This edition of The Way brings you highlights of the New York budget bill's impact on employers, a look at student athlete legislation and the recent federal case, as well as an appeals court ruling on Florida mental work comp claims and microchipping employees.
Apr 3, 2019
The Way looks at the Dept of Labor taking on the Joint Employment Test and how California and Tennessee are handling the issue differently, marijuana banking, industry exemptions under ELD, updates in OSHA voluntary protection, and Medicare's MSP Portal.
Mar 28, 2019
This week's edition of the GB Journal dives into a new study on pharma in work comp, an article on how risk management can help prepare for the next recession, and quick takes on stress in the workplace and flooding where you may not expect it.
Mar 20, 2019
This edition of The Way looks at upcoming decisions on Brexit, driverless cars, NFIP, and banking for cannabis companies. Also covered: updates in healthcare risk management and work comp updates in Oklahoma, Texas, and Oregon
Mar 13, 2019
This week's edition of The Way covers updates in Illinois work comp, a mandatory overtime proposal by the DOL, medical marijuana reimbursement, tort reform in Florida, and more updates around the country.
Mar 8, 2019
Every week we highlight a member of GB. Get to know Josephine Landes.
Mar 5, 2019
The impact of shoplifting goes beyond inventory shrinkage and profit erosion. Criminals have become bolder, causing injuries and property damage that result in millions of dollars of claims annually. This edition of Industry Insights dives deeper into this trend and how it's impacting the total cost of risk.
Feb 28, 2019
This week's edition of the GB Journal examines the steep increases in work comp facility costs, data privacy risks that come with wearables as part of wellness programs, and the risk that droves of new hires bring to their companies.
Feb 22, 2019
Every week we highlight a member of GB. Get to know Karen Barnes.
Feb 13, 2019
The Way looks at the effects of Illinois' proposed $15 min. wage, a slew of first responder bills across the country (including a penalty in Texas for delayed medical treatment), as well as what's happening with Michigan's no-fault system and a new marijuana ruling in Arizona.