Minnesota Work Comp News

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  • Minnesota workers were a little safer on the job last year, as the rate of injured or sick employees ticked lower from 2020. The U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics' Survey of…
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced that its Work Comp Campus claims system has an electronic data interchange defect that is rejecting transactions. System users who receive an EDI error…
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry is hosting a training series for everyone who uses its electronic claim system, Work Comp Campus. Training programs will be no more than 30…
  • The Montana Department of Labor and Industry announced plans to update its electronic claims system next year as well as a training and testing webinar scheduled for November. The department said…
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced that it fixed a glitch in its electronic claims management system that was rejecting transactions. The department said errors started after an Aug.
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry announced that Michelle Doheny will be the director of the Workers’ Compensation Division's new Business Technology Office work unit. The new unit will manage…
  • The Minnesota Department of Labor and Industry said an update to its electronic claims management system resulted in two errors that are rejecting transactions. Errors started one day after the Work…

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