For continuity of your workers’ compensation program and the ability to deliver quality benefits to injured employees, it’s essential that training and agility are emphasized. We all saw how during a pandemic skills and opportunities shifted. This also means that as employees retire and new talent is on boarded, that critical skills and knowledge are transferred and the department and/or medical center remains specialized and relevant.
Developing next generation workers’ comp professionals, whether it be in the HR Dept, Risk Management or the Medical Center, is crucial. This one hour continuing education program will feature an HR and Risk Professional, as well as an Occ-Med Doctor discussing the preparation and evaluation of talent in workers compensation, and how it can be developed.
• What are the approaches to consider for building and developing a next-generation talent in challenging times?
• How have the changes in the global pandemic impacted the skills, experiences, opportunities required to maintain effective injury management teams?
• What are the critical skills to thrive and navigate towards becoming an effective claim professional with upward mobility options?
• What are the critical certifications and talent outreach programs’ necessary to build fundamental skills to attract new talent into workers’ comp?
• What steps are necessary to evaluate your Workers’ Comp Program resiliency if you’re a department of one?
“Talent Management in Workers’ Comp From the Claims Team to the Occ-Docs”
“Key Takeaways – Occ-Med Succession Plans”
Susan Nelson, DO – Physicians Health Center – Medical Director
“The Great Resignation – How Do You Build Resiliency Into Your Workers’ Comp Program?”
Margaret Spence – CEO – Inclusion Learning Lab – www.InclusionLearningLab.com
*Disclaimer 11/5/21* – All COVID-19 content is accurate as of the time presenting this session. Please refer to current CDC guidelines for any updates.