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Fred Alvarez, Jessica James, and Lori Andrus have a discussion about the state of equal pay as to the law, the gender pay gap, and how employers can minimize that issue within their companies.
Protima Pandey and Jennifer Reisch talk about domestic and sexual violence in the workplace and discuss how employers can do better.
Alan Pierce reflects on his career spanning 50 years in the area of worker’s compensation and discusses needed changes in current systems.
Ramona Tanabe discusses WCRI’s work and shares some of the most interesting trends her organization is seeing in the field today.
Tom Holder talks about the role of drug formularies in workers’ compensation.
Cathy Surbeck discusses subrogation and liens on third party settlements.
John F. Burton, Jr. talks about his career as a workers’ compensation expert, which has spanned over 50 years.
Rick Victor discusses major changes in the workers compensation system and the new conflicts injured workers are dealing with.
Erica Groshen discusses the trends that characterize the future of the U.S. workforce and how robotics and artificial intelligence could have an impact on employment.
Kyle Black discusses what is legally considered a hate crime and the various factors and risks that affect whether or not a hate crime case meets the criteria for compensability.