White Paper / Risk Management
The Baby Boomer Effect on Workers’ Compensation

It is no secret that the baby boomer generation now makes up a large portion of our workforce, and that the older a person becomes, the more medical problems develop. So why does it appear that these commonly known facts have not driven more business leaders and safety professionals to develop aggressive attack plans to counteract the negative results?

As this white paper explores, all of the research studies and initial financial metrics provide strong empirical evidence that injuries to an aging workforce are real, significant, and will continue to be a driving factor in increased employee injury costs over the next 10 to 20 years. As safety and risk professionals, our senior leaders will be depending on us to deliver solid strategies to counteract the trend.

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