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17

Mar

Workers’ Compensation Claims: How Do They Work?

Author: Avetta Marketing

Get all your questions answered and learn the process of submitting a claim. From Avetta, here's your guide to how workers' compensation claims work.

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03

Oct

Fair Pay, Safe Workplaces Executive Order: Lessons Learned

Author: Jared Smith, Co-Founder

As the October 25 implementation date draws near, the Fair Pay and Safe Workplaces Executive Order has been under significant attack by those who believe the new regulations that require prospective federal contractors to disclose labor law violations aren’t necessary and will result in unfair blacklisting of contractors who are following the law.

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OSHA's 2017 Reporting Rule

19

Sep

OSHA’s 2017 Reporting Rule [ The Top Misconceptions]

Author: Mina Mina, Senior Director of Client Success

If a worker accident occurred this very minute, OSHA would not have real-time visibility into the incident. In fact, according to the current mandate, the employer would only be required to share that this workplace accident occurred when it came time for annual OSHA reporting. Read more...

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COVID-19 (CORONAVIRUS):
How is your organization handling it?

We're taking steps internally to ensure we can support you during this crisis by:

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Maintain a current Business Continuity Plan

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Promote a safe, clean and sanitized work environment

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Enable employees to work remotely

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Institute Office Distancing policies

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No visitors to the office

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Encourage employees to self-educate using online resources (WHO)

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Restrict travel—all non-essential travel is forbidden

To learn more, we encourage you to visit our COVID-19 Resource Library.

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