Workers Compensation is Important :Randi Glazer

Any business owner who has employees under them knows how important worker’s compensation is.  Workers’ compensation is a form of providing wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured in the course of employment.

This in turn relinquishes the employee’s right to sue their employer for negligence.  Each plan differs among their respective jurisdictions and governments. Provisions can be made for weekly payments in place of wages, compensation for the past and future economic loss and reimbursement or payment of medical and like expenses which can function as a form of health.

Workers compensation may also pay out benefits to the dependents of workers killed during employment functioning as a form of life protection.  It is also important to note that general damage for pain and suffering, and punitive damages for employer negligence, are generally not available in workers’ compensation plans.  Workers compensation laws were first enacted in Europe with the United States following shortly thereafter.

Randi Glazer, an experienced consultant, understands the need for workers compensation within businesses.  She has underwritten many policies and is an expert in her field.  She started her own consulting firm, RM Global Management Risk, LLC. and specializes in all different aspects of underwriting.

She has a proven track record creating profitable books of business across multiple industries/product lines for admitted and non-admitted carriers and managing large teams of staff.

Randi Glazer has held executive management positions for over 10 years.  She is skilled at developing effective policies and programs and streamlining internal processes to enhance overall productivity.

Visit https://www.crunchbase.com/person/randi-glazer for more information.

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About Randi Glazer

Randi Glazer is a senior underwriting professional who has a track record of building profitable books of business.
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