How Remote Work is Affecting Work Comp Coverage: Dana Kelly Speaks with IBA

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The coronavirus pandemic has upended the way we work. In the US, 97% of respondents to a recent Global Workplace Analytics survey said they were working at home during the pandemic, while 82% of office workers (approximately 75 million US employees) reported that they wanted to continue to work from home even after the pandemic is over.

In light of this trend, employers need to know that the move to remote work has a bearing on their Workers’ Compensation insurance, and how their employees are classified and covered. Dana Kelly, Vice President & Broker for Workers’ Compensation, recently spoke with Insurance Business America about this shifting landscape and what employers should be paying attention to.

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