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Vocational Rehab Moves Injured Workers from Suffering to Success

Sometimes an injury can result in a significant loss of functional capacity. Other injuries can be slow to heal or resolve, or are expected to exceed the well managed benchmark. In cases like this, the injured employee may benefit from vocational rehabilitation services like transitional work, on-site therapy, functional capacity evaluations, and even new job Read More

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The $20,000 impact of effective claims management.

Prompt and effective claims management can have a significant impact on reducing claim costs and ultimately keeping an employer’s premium low.  Sheakley UniComp educates injured workers and works side-by-side with Third Party Administrators (TPA) to ensure claims costs stay as low as possible. An injured worker had claims in both 2015 and 2016. His employer’s Read More

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One thing that saves you big on a workplace injury

Every claim, every client, every injury is different so we work with all parties involved to make sure the injured worker receives the best care, while helping the employer keep claim costs under control. Sheakley UniComp recently had a situation that showcases the importance of all parties working together. A client had an employee with carpal tunnel Read More

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Sheakley Enhances Payroll Service to Help Ohio Employers True-up with the BWC

With the implementation of prospective billing by the Bureau of Workers’ Compensation (BWC), Ohio employers face a new process this year — the payroll true-up. Many payroll companies provide some sort of pay-as-you-go workers’ comp service. However, Sheakley has developed a new payroll service specifically for Ohio employers designed around the prospective billing process that Read More

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Sheakley Brings You a Powerful New Human Resources Tool

We are always looking for new ways to improve our services and provide resources for the HR community. Since we began blogging several years ago, it has grown in popularity. Recently, you may have noticed that we gave our blog a fresh new look. We also consolidated information to make it easier for you, our Read More

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Sheakley UniComp Attends Marijuana Summit

Hope Taft, former first lady of Ohio, at regional marijuana summit in West Chester Twp (left) and Katie Urra, Client Relations Manager, Sheakley UniComp (right) On February 28, 2013, Sheakley UniComp and more than 100 community members from the business, medical, education, law enforcement and government sectors attended a regional marijuana summit Thursday in West Read More

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Are You Ready to Meet the Upcoming OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements? We’re Here to Help! WEBINAR

The 2012 calendar year has come to a close and under OSHA’s recordkeeping regulations, some employers are required to calculate and post their 2012 injury/illness summary report(s) by February 1, 2013. Did you know? Every workers’ comp claim is not an OSHA recordable? Every visit to the hospital does not result in an OSHA recordable? Read More

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Are You Ready for OSHA Recordkeeping Requirements? – WEBINAR

The 2012 calendar year is coming to a close and under OSHA’s recordkeeping regulations, some employers are required to calculate and post their 2012 injury/illness summary report(s) by February 1, 2013. Did you know? Every workers’ comp claim is not an OSHA recordable? Every visit to the hospital does not result in an OSHA recordable? Read More

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Sheakley “I Did It Award”

Congratulations to Melissa Melugin for going above and beyond and receiving the Sheakley “I Did It” Award!