Mar 14, 2018
The Way covers some good news on opioids, a PA Supreme Court ruling in transportation, workers' comp updates out of Florida, Washington, and Ohio, and National Sleep Awareness Week! Read on in this week’s edition!
Mar 7, 2018
This week's edition of The Way talks industry impacts of winter storms, looks at supreme court decisions, reports on work comp updates in Iowa and Arkansas, and celebrates International Women's Day!
Feb 21, 2018
Legislators in many states are halting ELD implementation, Hawaii introduces new legislation affecting IME providers, new work comp updates come out of Kentucky, and some development is building around ADA - read all about it in this week's edition of The Way!
Feb 14, 2018
Gig economy news from Washington to the UK, new infrastructure plans for the US, medical marijuana in Virginia, and new work comp updates out of Pennsylvania, South Dakota, and Montana. Read more in this week's edition of The Way!
Feb 7, 2018
Cryptocurrency roller coasters, new regulations in transportation, workers' comp news out of Wisconsin, and Medicaid updates all get their time to shine in this week's edition of The Way.
Jan 31, 2018
The Way covers new developments in workplace wellness legislation, opioid regulation, and workers' compensation updates out of California, Missouri, and Oklahoma.
Jan 24, 2018
This week's edition of The Way covers industry impacts of the government shutdown on medical marijuana, CHIP, and the NFIP, the top five risks (as determined by the World Economic Forum), and work comp updates out of Massachusetts, Indiana, and Washington.
Jan 22, 2018
Every week we highlight a member of GB. Get to know Naomi Kuker.
Jan 11, 2018
In this issue of the GB Journal, we look at some of the major trends at National Workers' Compensation and Disability Conference - a fascinating mix of new tech and back to the future ideas. We cover a few sessions that seem to epitomize the issues we expect to hear more about in 2018.
Jan 10, 2018
This week's edition of The Way tracks medical marijuana after Attorney General Sessions rescinds Obama-era guidance, medical fee scheduling in Wisconsin, a decline in OSHA workers, and workers' compensation updates out of New York and Pennsylvania. Read on for more!