As many employees have adjusted to working from home and employers have adopted a hybrid schedule, there are some implications that come with these changes such as workers' compensation. Identifying a few key questions and solutions on this matter, however, can help both employers and employees be better set up for success as telework and hybrid work quickly becomes the new standard of conducting business.

Below are some insights on what employers should be thinking about when it comes to workers' compensation claims in an at-home environment.

  1. What happens when an employee is injured at home?
  2. What are examples of tasks within the course of employment and those that are not?
  3. What can be done if details of the situation are challenging to determine?
  4. What are some best practices to mitigate workers' compensation losses?

Learn more about Mitigating Workers' Compensation Claims for Remote Employees below.

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