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Carrier Management Magazine • March/April 2019 Edition

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In This Issue

The Lost Art of the Handwritten Note

When it comes to crafting more engaging employee communications, one solution is literally in business leaders' hands. From supervisors of small teams to CEOs of large companies, organizational ...

Risks Hiding in Plain Sight

When an Italian man attended an art exhibit in the Serralves Museum in Portugal last year, he didn't expect to be hospitalized just for trying to view one of the works on display. But that's exactly ...

Different Roads

The March/April 2019 edition of Carrier Management features articles about the two commercial insurance lines at opposite ends of the profitability spectrum. Workers compensation is the most improved ...

What Are Schedule I Drugs?

According to the U.S. Drug Enforcement Administration, "Schedule I drugs, substances or chemicals are defined as drugs with no currently accepted medical use and a high potential for abuse." Examples ...

Workers Comp Alternatives for Gig Workers

While some workers comp carriers remain watchful as employee vs. contractor decisions play out in the courts and as gig economy growth figures shake out, others have seen the opportunity to flesh out ...

The Future Path Forward: What About Marijuana?

After experts speaking at the Casualty Actuarial Society meeting in November suggested that a future path forward for workers comp insurers to help stem the tide of opioid addiction is to pay for ...