The One Quick, Low Cost Activity That Produces Dramatic Work Comp Results


Hey there. Michael Stack here, CEO of Amaxx. We’re a couple weeks in now to 2018 and there’s a couple things that I hope you already have accomplished and you already have defined.


  • Number One is your goals.
    • Hopefully you’ve clearly defined what it is that you’re looking to accomplish this year in 2018, what that vision is for what that looks like for you and your organization.
  • Number two.
    • Hopefully you’ve been able to determine what metrics for you to track to know whether or not you’re on track to be achieving your goals.


If you haven’t done either one of those things then that’s where you start.



What Are The Required Daily Activities To Accomplish Your Goals?


Third piece of this then is what are the activities? What are the disciplines that you need to be doing on a daily, weekly, monthly, quarterly, and yearly basis that will moving you closer to accomplishing that very clearly defined vision which you set here in number one?


What I want to talk about today is an activity that will cost you the least amount of money. It will cost you the least amount of time and it will have the greatest impact on your work comp program, least amount of money, least amount of time, greatest impact on your work comp program, a very specific activity and discipline we could sending a get well card. Sending a get well card.


How long does it take to do that? Maybe three minutes, four minutes, five minutes if you have to get someone else to do it to write the note, maybe stick a little gift in it, put a stamp on it, and write the address and the envelope.



Impact on One is Profound, Impact on Your Program is World-Class


The impact that it can have on that one individual is profound. If you’re doing this consistently on every claim on a week in-week out basis you will build yourself a world class work comp management program. Visions, goals are what we’re looking to accomplish in this year of 2018 happens on a day-to-day basis. What are you doing on a day-to-day basis to achieve your goals? If you’re not doing a get well card it’ll cost you least amount of money. It will cost you the least amount of time and it will have the greatest impact on your work comp program.


I encourage you immediately after following this video to write one today, and then write one again next week and the week after that to build that discipline and build that habit.


Again, I’m Michael Stack, CEO of Amaxx. Remember your work today in workers compensation, it can have a dramatic impact on your company’s bottom line, but it will have a dramatic impact on someone’s life, so be great.




Michael Stack - AmaxxAuthor Michael Stack, CEO Amaxx LLC. He is an expert in workers’ compensation cost containment systems and helps employers reduce their workers’ comp costs by 20% to 50%.  He works as a consultant to large and mid-market clients, is a co-author of Your Ultimate Guide To Mastering Workers Comp Costs, a comprehensive step-by-step manual of cost containment strategies based on hands-on field experience, and is founder & lead trainer of Amaxx Workers’ Comp Training Center .



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