Cost Containment Leads Employers’ Workers’ Comp Concerns for 2012

Cost Containment Leads Employers’ Workers’ Comp Concerns for 2012

Cost containment is by far the number one workers' compensation insurance concern of employers for the next 12 months, a new study shows. Fifty-nine percent of employers say they are very or somewhat concerned about cost containment in 2012. Employers are also concerned about increasing exposures, renewals and rising fraud behaviors. The 2012 P&C Workers' Compensation & Safety Survey was conducted from Jan. 6 to Feb. 24, by Milwaukee-based Zywave, a provider of software-as-a-service solutions for the insurance and financial services industries. Over 3,500 employers nationwide participated in the survey. Read more at Insurance Networking News.

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