Author Mary G. Russell’s new book “The Gold Standard” is an informative guide to effectively managing the workers’ compensation process for companies of all sizes

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Recent release “The Gold Standard: Nine Steps to Effectively Managing Your Workers’ Compensation Process” from Page Publishing author Mary G. Russell is an invaluable resource for corporate leaders that provides proven techniques to help administrators implement strategies to decrease the number of recordable claims, lower experience rate, and of course, reduce insurance premiums for the company.

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Mary G. Russell is the president and founder of the Grady Group, a Human Resources Company based in Lancaster, California and a thirty-year veteran in her field. She has published her new book “The Gold Standard: Nine Steps to Effectively Managing Your Workers’ Compensation Process”: a trove of practical advice for companies seeking to improve their workers’ compensation process.

Workers’ compensation is an all-too-often abused, misunderstood, complex, and sometimes poorly managed process that is very costly to an organization. This book is designed to aid HR administrators to effectively manage this process to lower recordable claims, reduce the number of litigated claims, and garner employee support. All with the intent to lower the experience modification rate and premiums.

Published by Page Publishing, Mary G. Russell’s illuminating book is a practical guide for human resource professionals seeking to more effectively manage their workers’ compensation process.

Readers who wish to experience this educational work can purchase “The Gold Standard: Nine Steps to Effectively Managing Your Workers’ Compensation Process” at bookstores everywhere, or online at the Apple iTunes store, Amazon, Google Play, or Barnes and Noble.

For additional information or media inquiries, contact Page Publishing at 866-315-2708.

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