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Workers Comp 101: Simply Master Your Company's Claims Management and Love It, Too

Holly Verbeck  (COO, HeyChef! LLC)

Location: 160

Date: Tuesday, May 3

Time: 8:30 am - 9:30 am

Pass Type: All Access Pass, Combined CS/TSE Education Pass, TSE Conference Pass, TSE Premium Pass

Track : TSE-Business & Professional Development

Associations & Accreditations: CMP

Vault Recording: TBD

Audience Level: All

If you're in charge of your company's workers' compensation, the job doesn't end after you file an injury claim. After buying a policy, workers' comp becomes an after-thought for many companies (after all, the insurance company takes care of the rest, right?). If you have open claims and staff injuries, you can't afford to leave this at the bottom of your to-do list just because you're unsure of your role. This session gives you the simple, practical knowledge you need to finally understand and confidently manage your company's policy and claims. You'll discover the keys to master this part of your job and the key activities to undertake so 1) workers get all the benefits they're entitled to without increasing your costs 2) injured workers return to work faster without lingering or litigating their claims 3) you control the claims handling process and the ability to reduce future policy premiums. Whether you're an H.R. pro or novice, this session is taught by an insurance insider with credentials in risk management, claims handling, and insurance administration. Holly shines a light on the 'complicated' world of work comp and gives you a behind-the-scenes look and the practical knowledge you need to affect your bottom line. You'll learn what your broker doesn't understand and what your insurance company doesn't want you to know.