Implementing Technology to Reduce Workers’ Compensation Claims

By Jessie Johnson As everyone knows, the presidential election results were announced last night. I can guarantee that approximately half of the population of the United States is waking up disappointed. With all the craziness that came with this election, don’t you wish there was some sort of machine or technology that could tell you

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Medical Marijuana in the Workplace

By Jessie Johnson Imagine sleeping peacefully through the night, until you are awakened by what sounds like thunder. You dismiss it as a monsoon thunderstorm and fall back asleep. Now imagine going out to your carport the next morning and finding that a giant bundle of marijuana had fallen through your carport and destroyed your

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Is a Self Insured Pool for Health Insurance the Right Fit for My Company?

By Jessie Johnson Have you ever heard of Blue Zones? Back in 2004, Dan Buettner and National Geographic teamed up to research why there are certain areas of the world where people live measurably longer and better lives. They called these areas “Blue Zones”. In these Blue Zones, they found that people reach age 100

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Legal News: 21 States Sue to Stop DOL’s New Overtime Rule

A coalition of 21 states filed a lawsuit against the U.S. Department of Labor on Tuesday in federal court in Texas demanding the court stop the department from enacting its new rule that will expand overtime pay to more than 4 million additional workers around the country, including state employees. Link to Complaint: https://www.ok.gov/oag/documents/DOL%20OT%20Rule%20Complaint%20-%20Filed.pdf

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Keeping Your Mission Safe When Crisis Hits

By Jessie Johnson With the recent passing of the 15th anniversary of September 11th, our latest Learning Academy speaker could not have come at a better time. There is no better example of an unexpected crisis than that tragic day. We all hope that we will be safe from these kinds of events, but the

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