Posts Tagged ‘Bureau of Workers’ Comp’


June 7th, 2017

New Ohio Opioid Prescribing Rules Help Employers Fight Addiction

Article by Brad Sinnott and Rosemary Welsh The Ohio Workers’ Compensation system is a part of the opioid crisis in Ohio because injured workers have a very high level of opioid use. But rules governing the prescription of opioids give employers a powerful tool to combat the development of opioid addiction. An important rule that became […]

Employment Law, Workers Comp 0
April 12th, 2017

Billion Back Rebate

You may have heard this good news – BWC is proposing to once again return over $1 billion dollars to private and public employers! If the rebate is approved at the end of the month by the BWC Board of Directors, the rebates will be given in July*.  Here are the highlights: This is a […]

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April 12th, 2017

Attitude and Culture Can Impact Workplace Safety and Sensibility

During many years of working in an office environment, we have noticed something that still amazes us; it only takes one person to influence the mood and attitude of everyone else around them, whether positively or negatively. If one person arrives to work in the morning cheerful (presumably, full of coffee!) and with an enthusiastic […]

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March 23rd, 2017

BWC proposes another $1 billion workers’ comp rebate

Rebates and rate cuts since 2011 total $6 billion Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC) Administrator/CEO Sarah Morrison today proposed a $1 billion rebate for Ohio’s private and public employers, the third such rebate since 2013. Morrison announced the proposal with Gov. John Kasich at Dynamit, a downtown Columbus company that creates web and mobile […]

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