Risk & Compliance, Corporate Security, Travel Security, Global Travel, Employee Health Management
Jennifer Hardwick, pandemics and global health analyst at OSAC, recently gave a webinar on the Zika virus titled “Zika and Mosquito-Borne Illness: What Companies Need to Know.” The webinar recording is available here; MAPI members can log in to download the slides.
Leadership, Human Resources, Employee Relations, Employee Engagement, Risk & Compliance, Employee Health Management, Employee Wellness, Safety Management, Employee Safety
Evidence shows that good physical condition, good mental health, and an absence of chronic illness correlate to low injury rates. Programs aimed at prevention, early detection, and managing conditions also improve safety. However, a growing body of research has found that companies that integrate health, wellness, safety, and benefits in a holistic approach can improve health, decrease injuries, and improve productivity by building a culture of workforce resilience.
Brief commentary on workers' compensation claim case where age and repetitive motion were at issue. The court upheld a jury verdict in Plaintiff's favor finding her injuries developed over time as a result of her employment although her responsibilities did not consist of continuous repetitive movement.
Global Economy, Competitiveness, Government Policy, Risk & Compliance, Employee Health Management, Employee Wellness, Wellness Programs, Legal, Labor & Employment Practices
The Equal Employment Opportunity Commission filed three lawsuits against employers, arguing that their wellness programs are involuntary based on the substantial disincentives incurred for nonparticipation. The commission has not yet provided regulatory guidance on this subject.