Texas Innovation: Applied to Injury Benefits
One of the many reasons Texas is a unique place for business is the opportunity to choose your own responsible injury benefit program. NTX, a publication of the North Texas Commission, profiled PartnerSource in its most recent issue, which focused on the future for Texas businesses. Read more>
Benchmarking studies reflect strong performance for injured employees, employers
Relying on the largest claims database for Texas injury benefit programs, PartnerSource performs biennial benchmarking studies within the healthcare, manufacturing, retail, trucking & distribution, restaurant, and hospitality industries. Read More>
Top 5 tips on getting injured workers back to work
The likelihood of a long, expensive leave of absence skyrockets if an injured employee is not treated well and the employer is disengaged. Learn 5 tips on getting injured workers back to work.
Top 4 Arbitration Practice Tips … At The Front End
July 22, 2019
by Amanda Thompson, PartnerSource Team Leader
There are well-established Texas law that favors agreements between workers and companies to arbitrate negligence liability claims. Learn four tips for arbitration.
Bucking trends in injured worker care for 25 years
June 26, 2019
Almost overnight, companies ramped up outsourcing of human capital processes, including workers’ compensation claims management. In the midst of rapid globalization and rethinking how best to support on-the-job injuries, PartnerSource was formed.
Texas injury benefit plans powered by PartnerSource keep getting better
June 20, 2019
Thirty years ago, senior partners at Dallas’ oldest and largest law firm were telling their young-pup-lawyer, Bill Minick (now PartnerSource Chairman) about how clients could no longer stay in business due to crazy-high workers’ compensation insurance costs.
On-the-job injury is a simple social policy issue, right? Well, not exactly… But it may be more straight-forward than you think.
June 10, 2019
Important topics that require determination and insight do need to be addressed, like injury benefit eligibility and benefit adequacy.
New Tax Laws Benefit Texas Workers in Alternative Plans
April 15, 2019
2018 opt-out taxes are down, so “Tim’s” injury benefits are up when he loses time from work
What about the Workers? Explosive Growth in Gig Economy, Including Lyft and Uber, Brings Worker Benefit Programs to Forefront
March 29, 2019
It’s ‘back to the future,’ as embryonic gig worker benefit programs look like Texas injury benefit plans 30 years ago
There’s no shortage of investment in the growing gig economy. With it comes significant interest in finding out how our modern workplace’s workers will be covered in the event of an injury or illness on the job. Read More>
PartnerSource Names Compassionate Service Award Winners
December 12, 2018
PartnerSource, the leading source for responsible alternatives to traditional workers’ compensation, recently honored two industry professionals with awards for outstanding commitment and dedication...
December 6, 2016
"This new TDI report, coupled with actuarial data on Texas Option performance -- which we have extensive and verifiable results on -- provides clear proof that Texas’ competitive environment encourages innovation and delivers positive results."
Oklahoma Innovative Work Comp Alternative Works, New Survey Says
February 11, 2016
The workers’ compensation alternative that Oklahoma legislators passed in 2013 is working, according to a new client survey conducted by PartnerSource. This is the first time data on the “Oklahoma Option” has been compiled.
Oklahoma Option Supreme Court Litigation and PCI Report on Cost Shifting
June 30, 2016
Option success: “The Oklahoma Option has been very successful in providing more information to workers on their rights and responsibilities, improving disability benefits for injured workers and achieving better medical outcomes. It has also dramatically reduced the number of claim disputes between employers and workers, and reduced costs for employers and taxpayers, which supports creation of new jobs in a struggling Oklahoma economy.”