Mental health in the workplace, auto fatalities and accidents, and workers taking longer to return to work. This is the WMA News Recap for the week of Sep 3.
Winter trucking accidents can derail your whole business between damage, repair, and recovery time. Know what to do when faced with an injured driver — but also take these steps to mitigate risk.
Auto insurance changes, a wrongful dismissal suit, post-concussion syndrome, and distracted driving. This is WMA’s News Recap for August 27.
WMA’s News Recap this week includes auto collisions, changes to insurance law, and disability insurance tips.
Trucking comes with health risks — but there are steps drivers and employers can take to mitigate them.
Delayed court dates, auto insurance rates, why short term claims disability get denied, bid ban upheld following an accident. This is our news recap for August 13.
WMA’s News Recap for the week of July 23. Workplace stress, insurance premiums, special costs, and After the Event insurance in post-trial costs.
How do you combat the effects medicalization has on your employees and your company? It’s a complicated problem addressed in our webinar: Medicalization: How to Avoid an HR Train Wreck!
Medicine itself can get cancer: it’s called medicalization. It can complicate workplace absence issues and create patients dependent on treatment where problems don’t really exist.
Western Medical Assessments announces that it’s an official supplier of Alberta Motor Transport Association. We specialize in bringing clarity to cases of workplace medical leave, and help trucking companies get workers back safely and swiftly.