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Legislation Gets Specific on COVID-19 Best Practices in CA

State governments continue to respond to the COVID-19 pandemic in a number of different ways that impact businesses and employers. Workers compensation has been a much-discussed topic ... READ MORE

CDC Releases Guidelines To Stem The Tide Of Opioid Use

Opioid prescriptions and opioid abuse have the potential to substantially increase workers’ compensation costs for companies. Opioids lead to addictions and can increase the amount of time ... READ MORE

Know Your Limits This Holiday Season

The holiday season… it’s almost here. A mix of consumerism, parties, loved ones, responsibilities, traditions, and emotions is enough of make many panic when trees are set up, music tastes ... READ MORE

May 10- 16th is Food Allergy Awareness Week

How To Address Food Allergies In The Office Food Allergies may be considered a disability under current federal laws, such as Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, Title I of the ... READ MORE

How To Find Relief After A Health Insurance Company CyberAttack

The recent information theft from Anthem has a lot of people talking about the safety of your information associated with the theft. While it is reported that credit card information was ... READ MORE

Lost: Over a Million Years of Vacation in 2014. Reward: ???

The average American worker earned 15 paid days off in 2014. However, over 429 million days weren’t used. Employers are including vacation days in your benefits package, and they do contain ... READ MORE

Legal Marijuana Use and its Impact on Workers’ Compensation

Employers are aware that the use of marijuana is now legal in a multitude of states. 22 states and the District of Columbia have legalized marijuana for medical purposes and 2 states, ... READ MORE

Live Well, Work Well: Decrease Your Brain Age

The brain works through the activation of nerve cells. When a nerve cell is activated, it sends an electrical current that generates chemicals (neurotransmitters). These chemicals are then ... READ MORE

Workplace Wellness Initiatives to Promote Heart Health

Heart disease is the leading cause of death in the United States and also a common factor in disabilities. Fortunately, the risk of heart disease can be reduced—but many individuals don’t ... READ MORE

Made From Concentrate

Obviously, the highest type of efficiency is that which can utilize existing material to the best advantage. ~Jawaharlal Nehru What did you finish today? What about yesterday? Does it seem ... READ MORE