LexisNexis Names Blog Sponsored by ReduceYourWorkersComp.com One of 25 Best in 2010 for Workers’ Comp and Workplace Issues
HARTFORD, November 11, 2010 — Our blog, Work Comp Roundup, is honored for the third year as a top 25 blog selection for workers compensation and workplace issues by Larson’s National Workers Compensation Advisory Board.
In making the selections for this year LexisNexis said:
“These top blog sites contain some of the best writing out there on workers compensation and workplace issues. They contain a wealth of information for the workers compensation community with timely news items, practical information, expert analysis, practice tips, frequent postings, and helpful links to other sites.
These blog sites also show us how workplace issues interact with politics and culture. Moreover, they demonstrate how bloggers can impact the world of workers’ compensation and workplace issues.”
What LexisNexis Said About Workers’ Comp Kit:
“Particularly in these tough economic times, employers are searching for responsible methods of reducing their workers compensation exposure. Workers Comp Kit Blog, whose special emphasis is cost containment, has helped meet this need for some years now. In addition to being a veritable fountainhead of succinct and pertinent legal and practical information, it serves also as a forum for employers to discuss workers compensation cost containment techniques and strategies. Of particular note during 2010 was the Blog’s treatment of return-to-work issues and its discussion regarding the danger (and expense) of having “average” cost containment systems and mechanisms. As noted by the Blog, the Titanic had an “average” number of lifeboats.”
Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc. is honored to be in such prestigious company and is motivated by peer recognition to continue to provide timely and pertinent cost-containment information to employers who want to reduce their costs of workers compensation.
We thank our many fine writers, contributors, editors and staff – we cannot achieve what we have without them.
Rebecca Shafer, JD, President of Amaxx Risk Solutions, Inc.