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Transitioning Workers’ Compensation by Reimagining It

A new organization thinks strategically about how to handle the influx and outflow of workers' comp talent over the coming decade.

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“Reimagine” is the key word for the workers’ compensation industry as it deals with its greatest current challenge: the generational change of talent. To help address this problem, a new organization called The Transitions has put together a team of industry professionals to think strategically about how to handle the influx and outflow of talent over the coming decade. The organization launched itself during a Jan. 21 webinar, “The Transitions Kickoff—Igniting the Flame.”

Together, the team plans to address several issues that affect talent development in workers’ compensation, including:

  • Reimagining mentoring programs.
  • Evolving business practices and processes to change the talent crisis trajectory.
  • Addressing management and communication styles.
  • Implementing new technology strategies.

The organization’s founders include notable workers’ compensation leaders, including Mark Pew, senior vice president of product development and marketing for Preferred Medical; Rachel Fikes, chief experience officer and director of the Workers’ Compensation Benchmarking Study, Rising Medical Solutions; Marques Torbert, chairman of Ametros; Claire Muselman, workers’ recovery unit director at Continental Western Group; Barry Bloom, managing principal, The bdb Group; and Drew Cortese, senior manager, claims analytics data security & financial controls, United Airlines.

More information about The Transitions can be found here, and an interactive forum is available here.

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Phil Gusman

Phil Gusman is senior managing editor of CLM magazine, a publication of the CLM.  phil.gusman@theclm.org

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