Want to limit your workers’ comp claims and lawsuits—especially fraudulent ones? Of course you do! Rick Dalrymple sheds light about the topic, including some of the most common workers’ comp-related behaviors that often kill profitability in a company.
Dalrymple is CEO of RJD Risk Management, Inc., a company that helps CEOs reduce operating and insurance costs. He’s the owner and Senior Vice President of IOA Risk Services, a risk management and insurance brokerage. He’s also author of the number one bestselling book, “Accidents Waiting to Happen: Best Practices in Workers’ Comp Administration and Protecting Corporate Profitability.”
“In any successful business, in order to create sustainable growth and remain competitive, you must continue to control your operating costs,” says Dalrymple. “One key way to achieve this is of course to reduce the number and cost of your organization’s claims and lawsuits.”
Since so much hinges on workers’ comp best practices—we decided to examine the topic through another lens: the top mistakes leaders tend to make that end up costing them with their workers’ comp handling and admin.