February 26, 2019

What is causing all this snow?  Repeated storms moving across the country and up the east coast, blanketing all with snowfalls way above average.

Even in Europe, snow has surpassed most “averages” for a good portion of the area.  Records are falling there too.  What’s g...

February 20, 2019

We are all looking for ways to lower the tax bite on our business’s.  The government has given us a few incentives this past year, to help spur employment.  While you’re probably not looking to help the masses become employed, one “little thing” you might want to take...

February 13, 2019

Having a “Panel of Providers” is essential to the work comp process.  Employees are notified when hired, that there is an approved panel of medical providers that they are to see in the event of a work-related injury.  While insurance carriers have a recommended panel...

February 5, 2019

Unfortunately, some injured employees may not adhere to the prescribed follow-up procedures and/or appointments thus causing inadequate or insufficient attention to proper ongoing care.  The Injury Manager should stay on top of the situation by communicating with the i...

January 29, 2019

One of the most difficult areas snow contractors have to deal with is “sidewalks”.  Most contractors shy away from this kind of work.  And, with good reason.  Too often we experience labor issues associated with getting guys to get out in the elements and battle the sn...

January 22, 2019

Everybody has the capability of succeeding or failing at anything they do.  Knowing your costs and knowing how to utilize the financial tools that all businesses have available to them is the best way to ward off failure.  If you don’t know how to read a financial stat...

January 9, 2019

Scheduling crews, tracking time spent on sites and accurate record keeping are all viable concerns of the growing snowplowing contractor.  It is relatively easy to grow a snowplowing business, but keeping that business requires organization.  Most (but not all) contrac...

January 3, 2019

Technology in our industry has traditionally taken a backseat to brute force and hard work. The thinking was how much “technology” could be introduced when we have done the same work, the same way since 1905? We slap a piece of steel on the front of a vehicle with rubb...

December 27, 2018

Having a “Panel of Providers” is essential to the work comp process.  Employees are notified when hired, that there is an approved panel of medical providers that they are to see in the event of a work-related injury.  While insurance carriers have a recommended panel...

December 18, 2018

Should work related injury require hospital or medical attention, the person in charge of injury management has the right to, and should accompany (or meet) the employee at the doctors office, hospital or medical facility.  Some companies will insist that the Injury Ma...

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