People Are Talking
Wed Feb 24 13:01:59 MST 2016
With two weeks to go, people are talking about the
speakers and agenda at WCRI's annual conference
(March 10-11) in Boston, MA. Below is a sample of what they are saying.
- Robert Willson of WorkersCompensation.com is attending and says this is a "good conference for decision makers who want to understand the nuts and bolts behind current trends within the workers' compensation industry." To read more, visit http://goo.gl/OlAaNU.
- WorkCompCentral's David DePaolo is attending and says there are "Lots of interesting research presentations on things that workers' compensation wonks love to cavort about."
- Jim Lynch of the Information Insurance Institute (I.I.I.) is attending and is interested in our two opt-out sessions. To read more, visit http://goo.gl/DPr9F0.
- The Work Comp Insider's Tom Lynch asks what could be better than two days of research data? We could not agree more Tom. To read more, visit http://goo.gl/nAiF6A.
- The Work Comp Guru's James Moore is attending and says, "They [WCRI] provide a great number of research projects which cover most of the states including some very interesting studies such as the post-injury employee study." To read more, visit http://goo.gl/BqPHxP.
Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your career, expand your knowledge, and network with the
already registered. We also invite you to visit our website to see
what past attendees have said
about attending the conference.
We also want to make you aware that the Alliance of Women in Workers' Compensation is hosting a separate event, "Creating an Advocacy Based Claims Model," at the same hotel the day before our conference. Although WCRI is not sponsoring this event, it focuses on an issue raised in our worker outcomes research, which is the importance of trust in the work relationship.