3 Ways to Build Trust with Workers to Reduce Worker's Compensation Costs
Every employer knows that worker's compensation claims can be costly. A simple fracture, for example, can cost a company an average of $50,000. Distrust between workers and employers can drive the cost of a worker's compensation claim even higher, especially when a worker fears that he or she will be fired after an injury. Here are three things you can do to help foster trust between your company and your employees to reduce the fear of retaliation and minimize the cost of worker's compensation claims in the future.