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Bob Wilson

Bob Wilson

Bob Wilson has served as president and CEO of WorkersCompensation.com since co-founding  the company in 1999. He has almost 20 years experience in the technology arena, including Internet business solutions and website architecture and development. Bob’s broad experience also includes turnaround and area management, as well as human resources management and technical recruiting.

An accomplished speaker for the workers’ compensation industry, Bob has presented at seminars and conferences on a variety of topics related to both technology within the workers’ compensation industry and bettering the workers’ comp system through improved employee/employer relations and claims management techniques. He is the author of “From Bob’s Cluttered Desk,” a blog repeatedly selected as a top workers’ compensation blog by LexisNexis.

With his extensive business management and human resources background, Bob brings a strong employer and corporate voice to the workers’ compensation arena. Known for an extraordinary sense of humor, his presentations reflect both entertaining and practical advice for both people managing claims and the people “picking up the tab.”

He was raised in Durango, Colo., and has a bachelors degree in business administration from Fort Lewis College. He resides with his wife in Sarasota.

Recent Articles by Bob Wilson

Looming Collapse of SSDI–What It Means

An extremely well written article from David Langham graces our Blogwire pages today. In it he recounts for us the looming financial collapse of the Social Security Disability Income program, or SSDI. Langham is the Deputy Chief Judge of Compensation Claims for the Florida Office of Judges of Compensation Claims and Division of Administrative Hearings. Within […]

Workers Fight. . . to Automate Their Jobs

The news out of Illinois tells us that as many as 2,000 people, including 325 uniformed employees, descended on McDonalds’ headquarters recently in advance of the company’s annual shareholders meeting to demand that the company pay workers’ “what they are worth.” I am not privy to the convoluted calculations involved, and have no idea how the employees arrived at […]

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