To combat fatigue in the workplace, employers can alternate workers’ tasks, limit overtime shifts and rotate shift schedules.
Business Insurance is accepting nominations for the 2018 Women to Watch Awards, with a deadline of Aug. 10.
U.S. regulators have again cited a utility contractor for workplace safety violations and proposed $18,659 in penalties.
A federal appellate court has reversed an order dismissing an injured worker’s lawsuit against his employer’s sole stockholder after the Oklahoma Supreme Court said the statutory language of the state’s workers comp statute was ambiguous.
The New York State Senate on Wednesday is set to consider a bill that would permit acupuncturists to treat injured workers in the state’s workers compensation system, after the state Assembly passed the measure Tuesday night.
The Illinois Appellate Court ruled a defunct insurer that provided workers comp insurance in California cannot use emergency funds set aside for claims to cover unpaid rent, utilities and other bills.