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July marked the first month that the Kentucky Personnel Cabinet's Return-to-Work Program saw more workers returning to modified-duty positions than recovering at home, Gov. Matt Bevin's office announced.
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Chesapeake Employers’ board of directors has elected V. Rocky Gonzalez to be chairman, effective immediately.
Gonzalez succeeds Charles Dankmeyer, who is now serving as a board member.
In other officer changes announced this week, Leonard Schuler Jr. has been named vice chai...Read More
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A report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office confirms a trend that workers' compensation regulators have been pointing out for years: Air ambulance rates are rising significantly.
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Gov. Roy Cooper has vetoed a bill that would have eliminated a long-standing law that allowed newspaper carriers to be classified as independent contractors instead of employees covered under workers’ compensation.
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Hawaii Gov. David Ige signed into law a bill that allows injured workers to bring chaperones to employer-requested medical examinations.
Ige on July 10 signed SB 859, by Sen Gilbert S.C. Keith-Aga...Read More
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Hawaii Gov. David Ige this week signed into law a bill that will allow advanced practice registered nurses to treat injured workers, and another measure that stiffens penalties against employers who don't provide workers' compensation coverage.