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Mark Walls
Founder of Work Comp Analysis Group,cohost of . I Tweet about , conferences, travel and mostly nonsense. Tweets are my own opinion.
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Bryon Bass 4h
Thanks for the opportunity Out Front Ideas with Kimberly and Mark
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Kimberly George 3h
The Road Ahead: Charting the coronavirus pandemic over the next 12 months — and beyond
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Robert Pearl, M.D. 12h
This pandemic has proven, time and again, that statistics can be both factual and misleading. Find out more in my latest Forbes column.
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James Woods 3h
. He’s thirteen years old and volunteers to be lowered into a coffin-like pipe to save a three-year-old child. Just breathtaking.
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Out Front Ideas 8h
1. If you are sick, don’t come to work. Period. 2. Get ppl comfortable w/ reporting/tracing 3. Allow EE’s to share and offer input 4. Reconsider how things are done to make them simpler Adrienne Paler,
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Out Front Ideas 8h
Our audience just learned from that ’s website is a good resource for leave and accommodations managers. Use the resources available to keep up to date with the constant leave law changes and accommodations.
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Jeff Nowak 7h
Always a delight to present with at our client ! Thanks for the opportunity. And always fun to present with Adrienne Paler with Sutton Health!
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Kimberly George 6h
This was mentioned today by Tom Warsop CEO during the virtual conference. Long term, patients need care and coverage to address lingering and chronic symptoms.
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Nick Adkins 5h
this was my view today! 🤓gonna pop into the chat again tomorrow morning to gift some masks!🎁🌍💖😷😊✨
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Natalie Torres 12h
Shout out to for this conference glam inspo. Can’t wait to see your faces today.
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Quin Bond 9h
Great discussion about accommodations and interactive dialog at the conference. Communication is key and needs to occur. Communication is a great upstream way to reduce/prevent problems and ignorance of what is going on.
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Quin Bond 10h
A lot of good emphasis from the CEO's during conference that looking forward is where do we go from here because things are not miraculously back to before COVID.
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Out Front Ideas 9h
Thanks for joining us, . Appreciate all of your thoughtful comments in the chat. Your knowledge is helpful for attendeees.
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Out Front Ideas 14h
Today is the day for If you are Tweeting about the event please use the hashtag. We have a great lineup of speakers the next two days and hope you enjoy the conference. Thanks to for making this event possible!
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Mark Walls Sep 21
Replying to @MLBastian @Cubs
Solves their problem of needing to bench him for the playoffs.
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Safety National Sep 21
What are you doing tomorrow? It's not too late to spend your day with us hearing and expert perspectives on the path forward for our industry. Free registration for closes TODAY at NOON CST.
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Kimberly George Sep 19
What we anticipated would happen eventually, but the dreaded the scenario given today’s technology. A patient has died after ransomware hackers hit a German hospital.
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Kimberly George Sep 20
This is something I think about regularly and the impact on real estate, corporate culture, collaboration, innovation, flexible work arrangements, and so much more. The Uncertain Future of Corporate HQ’s
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James Martin, SJ Sep 19
Remember when you could disagree with someone and treat them with respect and even be their friend? We can still do it.
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Mark Walls Sep 19
Funny thing about “millionaires”. They have the ability to own multiple homes and change residency for tax purposes. Just ask New York.
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