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Founder of Work Comp Analysis Group,cohost of . I Tweet about , conferences, travel and sometimes nonsense. Tweets are my own opinion.
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Alliance of Women in Workers’ Compensation 10h
Next week! shares his insights on health technology and evolving models of health at the emerging trend workshop on Boston.
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Sedgwick 12h
Now up with THE advocacy Approach to Workers’ Compensation w/ Peggy Sugarman Jeff Rush Patti Williams
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Sedgwick 12h
Defining Advocacy it’s a journey it has to tie to culture and leadership of the company. Treating the injured worker know they are cared for per
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Sedgwick 11h
If you missed Tom Klines session at you can read his blog Practicing mindfulness to enhance your resiliency .
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Sedgwick 11h
Challenges of changing a culture to acceptance from distrust about advocacy in the environment. Peggy Sugarman listening and being true to word changed a strong city union environment
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Safety National 11h
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Out Front Ideas 9h
Thanks to our great panel; Peggy, Patti and for an outstanding session. You can read a summary below. Really appreciate over 100 people showing up for the last session of the day at
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Safety National 12h
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Replying to @KeenanAssoc
Cutest booth at
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Safety National 15h
During the dessert break, stop by booth 309 and learn about the complimentary resources we provide exclusively to our policyholders.
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Safety National 15h
: Critical Sexual Misconduct Issues for Public Entities
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Safety National 15h
A live edition of with & closes out today’s program with a panel discussion on the importance of advocacy in claims handling. Don’t miss it!
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Safety National 18h
The expo hall has opened! Stop by booth 309 and learn about our suite of public entity coverage options.
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Mark Walls 18h
Replying to @NBCNews
Jail should suck. Heck if should be much worse than it is. Bring back Cool Hand Luke style hard labor and the box for mouthing off.
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Replying to @AskTSA
You have been saying that since program inception years ago. Yet I still keep ending up in line behind first-time travelers. Just do it please!!
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Mark Walls 20h
They need to stop giving to people who did not register for the program. I end up behind too many amateur travelers in that line...which was designed to be more efficient for frequent travelers.
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Safety National 21h
The team will be blogging from , so follow us here or visit to see session recaps throughout the day.
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Out Front Ideas 21h
We hope you will join us for these sessions at The Advocacy Approach to Workers Compensation Claims Wednesday 4pm Workers Comp and Healthcare Issues to Watch Thursday 3:30pm The Unspoken Side of Workplace Violence Friday 9am
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Carol Harnett | she/her 23h
The U.S. Department of Labor found employers who embrace as a component of their talent strategy report a 90% increase in retention of valued employees, a 72% increase in employee productivity, and a 45% increase in workplace safety, consiste…
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John Kass 23h
I agree with : the race for state's attorney is more than . It's about the victims of her policy--all those innocents assaulted & shot down by violent thugs not charged or released on bail.
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