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CompSource Mutual Hosts Agent Lunch-and-Learn Meetings

Jun 12, 2015
The CompSource Mutual Leadership team hit the road earlier this year to host a series of Agent Lunch-and-Learn meetings across the state. The meetings focused on the company’s new practices, enhanced commission structure and recent improvements to operational efficiency; making it easier for agents …
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Tips for selecting ergonomic hand tools

Jul 29, 2014
Investing in ergonomic hand tools may seem like an unnecessary expense. However, over time, maintaining awkward postures or harmful contact pressures can contribute to costly injuries. Reduce the risk of injury by selecting hand tools that fit your hand and the job you are doing. Use the guidelines …
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Five ergonomic tips for any office

Jul 14, 2014
An ergonomic workstation is more than just a comfortable chair. It can also include simple changes to your posture or the placement of your keyboard or computer monitor, according to the Cornell Human Factors and Ergonomics Research Group. By aligning all of these things appropriately, you can preve…
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Using available resources to uncover workers’ compensation abuse

Jun 30, 2014
This fraud case is a reminder for employers to utilize available tools and resources to help uncover workers’ compensation claim abuses. In this particular situation, an employer reviewed their internal security video footage which revealed an alleged workers’ compensation injury never o…
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Team Day and Food Drive

Jul 03, 2012
CompSource Mutual received two Governor’s Commendation awards at the 2012 Quality Oklahoma Team Day. Read below for more information about the award-winning projects: CompSource Mutual’s green initiativeIn late 2010, CompSource Mutual began a recycling program aimed at conserving reso…
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Fraud case of the quarter: Inconsistencies lead to an investigation

Jun 08, 2012
Policyholders are instrumental in identifying workers’ compensation fraud committed by claimants. A recent case of fraud was discovered when an employer noticed that the details of the alleged injury were inconsistent, a common red flag indicating workers’ compensation fraud. The claima…
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