A study conducted by the PMA Companies’ Insurance Group, a risk management provider with a specialization in workers’ compensation, offers advice to employers on how to better adjust to an aging workforce.

The report, “Capitalizing on an Aging Workforce,” was written by Ken Nogan, risk control consultant for PMA Insurance Group, and discusses how older workers — typically those ages 65 and older — are staying in the workforce longer and working more hours. Because of these statistics, employers should be prepared to address potential workers’ compensation issues such as falls, musculoskeletal disorders like rotator cuff injuries and back strain, increased healing times, greater overall workers’ compensation claim costs, and increased fatality rates.

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