Whether a formal or casual arrangement, telecommuting is becoming increasingly more common. Employees appreciate the flexibility, while employers enjoy a satisfied workforce with improved retention and recruitment.
Despite the location of an employee’s workplace, employers need to consider how this impacts their workers’ compensation injuries and claims and how they can mitigate their risks.
Our panel of experts will examine:
The current telecommuting landscape.
Who is working from home?
Challenges posed by remote workers.
How to establish lines between working time and non-working time.
Risks associated with a more sedentary lifestyle.
Strategies to mitigate losses.
Establishing a work at home policy.
How to manage and have oversight over telecommuting employees.
Ways to manage workers’ compensation claims by telecommuters.
Best practices in a workers’ compensation investigation.
How to determine if a claim is genuine or fraudulent.
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