Workers' compensation cost containment is a specialized field of risk management. This information is prepared by specialists in the field of workers' compensation cost containment.
External Factors Affecting Workers' Comp Costs
Workers' compensation costs are high because the injury process is not closely managed; therefore, there are too many claims lasting too long.
There are some external factors can drive the high cost of workers compensation. These include factors such as:
- Attorney involvement
- Poor workplace morale
- State laws that favor employees
Internal Factors Affecting Workers' Comp Costs
Your company can reduce costs by managing the injury process from beginning to end. Starting with rapidly reporting the claim to controlling the claim throughout its life span, every stage should be managed and monitored by your company.
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