Welcome to "Accidentally"

"Accidentally" is a monthly podcast offered by the IAIABC. "Accidentally" shares insights, ideas, and information on workers' compensation issues. These podcasts discuss industry innovations, ask compelling questions, and look forward to the future of workers' compensation. 

Find the IAIABC's "Accidentally" podcast on iTunes! Search for the "IAIABC" podcast station and subscribe today.

 

Celebrating Women's History Month: Contributions of Women to Workers' Compensation

March 2017
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

IAIABC National Conversations

February 2017
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

Taking the Long View on Change

January 2017
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

Five Metrics for Work Comp: A Holiday Story

December 2016
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

Kids' Chance: Educating  Children of Injured Workers

November 2016
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director
Featuring Suzanne Emmet, Eastern Alliance Insurance Group

 

Learn more about Kids' Chance of America and state-based Kids' Chance organizations at www.kidschance.org.
 

Reflections on the Department of Labor Report

October 2016
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

Large Deductibles: Top 10 Things to Know

July 2016
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

Looking Back and Moving On

June 2016
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director
Featuring Glenn Morton, Nebraska Workers' Compensation Court

 

Why Does Return to Work Matter?

May 2016
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director
Featuring Peter Federko, Saskatchewan Workers' Compensation Board, and Vickie Kennedy, Washington State Department of Labor and Industries

 

Remembering a Greater Purpose

March 2016
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

Chinese Art and the Future of Workers' Compensation

February 2015
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

The Sharing Economy and Implications for Work Comp

December 2015
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

Reference Materials from the Sharing Economy Podcast

Collaborative Economy Honeycomb

 

A Proposal for Modernizing Labor Laws for Twenty-First Century Work: The "Independent Worker" 

The Next Big Idea: Portable Benefits for Independent Workers

 

The 1972 National Commission 

November 2015
By Jennifer Wolf Horejsh, IAIABC Executive Director

 

You Might Be Wondering... 

What is a podcast?

A podcast is a digital audio recording of someone talking about a specific topic or issue. Podcasts can be listened to through any internet-enabled device with audio output, such as your smartphone, tablet, or computer. 

Who will be doing the podcasts? 

IAIABC Executive Director Jennifer Wolf Horejsh will be conducting most of the podcasts, inviting special guests to participate from time to time. 

How long will these podcasts be? 

Podcasts will run anywhere from 10 to 25 minutes. 

How often will new podcasts be released?

A new podcast will be released every month. 

How can I listen to these podcasts?

You can listen to "Accidentally" here on the IAIABC website; find podcasts on iTunes by searching for the "IAIABC" podcast station; or add "Accidentally" to a playlist on SoundCloud

How can I share these podcasts?

You can share a hyperlink or email the podcast to someone by clicking "Share" on the embedded file, or you can share via any number of social sites, including Twitter, Facebook, and Tumblr. Please share "Accidentally" with your colleagues and friends! Who doesn't love a good workers' compensation podcast?