A federal judge with the 9th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled Wednesday that a linguist who worked in Iraq in support of U.S. troops is rightfully eligible for workers compensation after suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder.
The Business Insurance Scholarship, which is administered by The Institutes Griffith Insurance Education Foundation, was launched on Wednesday.
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A bill that would fine Indiana employers $100,000 for a worksite fatality is now in the state’s Employment, Labor and Pensions committee, according to the state’s legislative website.
More than half of insurer executives see adapting to the changing workforce and workplace as the top challenge for 2019, expressing concerns about aging or unskilled workers, independent contractors and new technology.
An administrative law judge of the Occupational Safety and Health Review Commission affirmed a repeat citation related to fall protection hazards and an $11,000 penalty against an employer engaged in steel erection activities.