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Waiting periods: What to watch for

Bringing injured employees back to work before your state’s waiting period ends is one of the most important things you can do to control future premiums.

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Consequential depression: When a work injury leads to mental health issues

Post-injury depression can prolong a claim and delay return-to-work. Here are five steps employers can take to lower the risk of consequential depression.

SFM Work Injury Hotline
What happens when I call the SFM Work Injury Hotline?

Reporting injuries through the SFM Work Injury Hotline provides injured employees the opportunity to speak with a nurse and get a treatment recommendation. Here's what to expect when you call.

Opioids and workers' compensation information for employers
Opioids and workers' compensation: Why employers should care

Opioid painkiller misuse not only threatens the general wellbeing of employees, but can create on-the-job safety risks and inhibit recovery and return-to-work.

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Four reasons why reporting work injuries immediately helps you and your employees

Immediately reporting injuries improves medical care, accident investigation, contact with medical providers and communication with injured employees.

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Why early return-to-work benefits your employees and bottom line

Strong return-to-work programs lead to better outcomes for injured workers and can help control workers’ compensation premium costs for employers.

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After severe injury, man recovers, thrives, then helps others

SFM employees recently heard the inspiring story of a man who not only overcame a tragic accident that cost him both legs, but used the experience to help others.

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