Mar 8, 2018
What could workplace wellness wearables mean for ADA/ ADAA compliance? This week's GB Journal looks at a growing wearables trend and its potential impact.
Feb 22, 2018
Female workers in the health care industry and male workers in the construction industry accounted for the highest industry-related numbers of asthma deaths. This week's GB Journal takes a deep breath and dives in.
Jan 25, 2018
What's the biggest issue in workers' compensation for 2018? The GB Journal predicts: who's an employee? Between the gig economy and contractors, expect new court cases aplenty in 2018.
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.
Dec 14, 2017
Exposures aren't going away with automation. They are mutating and migrating from one line of coverage to another.
Nov 30, 2017
This month's issue of the Journal of Occupational and Environmental Medicine (JOEM) (subscription required) includes a study which looks at the relationship between the dreaded Body Mass Index and...
Nov 16, 2017
Is your company’s HR looking for fatty liver this holiday season? This week’s GB Journal dives into this co-morbid complication.
Nov 9, 2017
Now is not a good time to be an odocoileus virginianus (white tailed deer). Not only is it hunting season, it's also road kill season. Fall is when the greatest number of deer are killed in...
Oct 26, 2017
Pre-existing conditions used to be the purview of benefits managers, but as they affect workers' compensation claims, the bills can really pile up.
Oct 12, 2017
This week's GB Journal looks at earthquake risk in the face of new data.