Articles tagged under ‘Queensland’
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Workplace mental health resources by jurisdiction
Not knowing where to begin is a barrier that prevents some organisations from taking action on workplace mental health. We've assembled a list of high quality resources from workers' compensation authorities and government sources, organised by
Gold medal for relationship management goes to...
WorkCover Queensland! But unlike the Olympics, we'll happily hand out more golds to others with similar relationship development.
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RTW Trends in QLD 2005-06 to 2011-12
Return to work trends, influences on return to work, insurer customer service and demographic trends.
RTW in the sunshine state
Queensland has seen a slight drop in its durable return to work rate over the last year.
RTW Trends in Queensland 2005-06 to 2010-11
RTW rates have improved, but are still below the highs recorded in 2005-06.
Return to work support profile - Queensland
As part of a continuing series on the resources available to Return to Work Coordinators in 2011, we take a look at Q-COMP's Return to Work Assist unit in Queensland.
Change of name, change of outlook
WorkCover employee Teegan Jordan explains that the authority's 'rebranding' of its case managers title reflects an improved RTW focus.
WorkCover QLD: a new era?
In the past, the workers' compensation industry has suffered from a lacklustre reputation. Kerri Melkersson of WorkCover QLD convinces us a new era has begun.
Consider the alternative: Part 5 - Queensland
Q-COMP CEO Elizabeth Woods discusses Queensland's unique 'short-tail' workers' compensation system.
RTW Trends - Queensland 2005-06 to 2009-10
Our review of Queensland return to work results, using the national Return to Work Monitor
Will Queensland's focus on supporting people and fixing processes improve financials in the long term?
Return to work initiatives
We chat with Q-Comp Return to Work unit manager Sonia Minniecon about return to work initiatives in Queensland.
Queensland reform package has sting in tail
Hot on the heels of the scarlet letter, institutional and working arrangements are up for review at WorkCover QLD.
The Scarlet Letter
An anonymous tip-off alleging Machiavellian plotting has unions and industry whispering about dirty deeds done anything but dirt cheap at WorkCover Queensland.
What's happening in Queensland?
We investigate what is really going on in return to work in Queensland - and find very little.