The Bottomline Benefits of Workplace Ergonomics

August, 2020

SME Christopher King discusses why Ergonomics--the interaction between people and their work environment—are more important than ever before. Whether in the office, at home or on the manufacturing floor, the principles are the same. Small changes bring big benefits in quality, productivity, engagement and costs. Chris explains how.  View Transcript



Three Must-Have Elements in Workplace Safety

August, 2020

No matter the industry, top workplace safety programs all share three key elements. Patricia Coutu, Injury Prevention and Worksite Wellness Supervisor, lets us know what they are and where your priorities should be. Do you rely too heavily on PPE? Do you really know what your claims are costing? Are you training enough? Patricia guides you through the benefits of an A.I.M. Mutual partnership. View Transcript



Social Distancing While Bringing the Workforce Back Together

June, 2020

Meghan Kirby, Injury Prevention and Worksite Wellness Consultant, talks about how to change behavior and navigate social distance protocols in the workplace. The future of handshakes, meetings, travel and the shared work experience are all concerns going forward. Learn what industries like manufacturing can do right away and what resources all industries can rely on. View Transcript


Workplace Safety: Top Questions Employers Are Asking

July, 2020

First, we listen. Here Wendy Rosati, Injury Prevention & Worksite Wellness Supervisor, responds to commonly asked employer questions. What should I be doing differently? Will I see real results? Can you reboot my existing program? And how do I navigate OSHA reporting? She has answers. View Transcript


Mental Health and Wellness: The Clear Connection

May, 2020

Many times, people who are impacted by mental health diagnoses are also managing and battling physical health conditions at the same time. Yet mental well-being is commonly overlooked in worksite wellness programs. SME Martha Gagnon explains how the conditions are intertwined and why employers are in a unique position to successfully address both in the workplace. View Transcript



Workers’ Compensation Issues to Watch

January 2020

Paul Kehoe, A.I.M. Mutual’s VP and CFO, highlights key issues facing the workers’ compensation industry in the coming months. Trends in very large claims, the evolution of health care policy, and legislation such as the Terrorism Risk Insurance Act are just some areas to watch. He outlines reasons why brokers have such confidence in the company’s strategic direction, and why being part of the conversation matters.  View Transcript



Navigating Paid Family and Medical Leave (PFML)

January 2020

Teri Bowman, A.I.M. Mutual’s Director of HR, takes employers through what to expect from the Paid Family and Medical Leave law recently introduced in Massachusetts. With other states expected to follow suit, employers need to understand how to integrate PFML with other policies they may have in place and how best to communicate it throughout their organization.   View Transcript



A.I.M. Mutual: 30 Years in Perspective

March, 2019

Mike Standing, A.I.M. Mutual’s President & CEO, discusses the company’s growth, outlook and broker-centric approach to workers’ compensation insurance. The injured worker experience, the success of the partnership concept, and the benefits of being a monoline carrier are looked at in detail as the company marks its 30th anniversary in the business.  View Transcript



Staying a Step Ahead with Technology

March, 2019


If cyber concerns keep you up at night, you’re not alone. Yet it’s no reason to keep automation at bay. Abi Troy, A.I.M. Mutual’s VP of Operations , shares methods to keep your business protected today and in the future. What’s more, automation’s impact on your organization may have some surprising benefits.  View Transcript



Building Wellness into Injury Prevention

March, 2019

Loss control has long been a staple in workers’ compensation, so when A.I.M. Mutual launched a new initiative in 2013, it raised some eyebrows. Today, the company’s Injury Prevention & Worksite Wellness (IPWW) model has a proven track record of success. Dan Ilnicky, IPWW Senior Manager, cites his team’s accomplishments to date and how policyholders across the board have benefited.  View Transcript



Recruitment Challenges for the Insurance Industry

March, 2019

Many industry analysts are predicting that ten years from now, you may not recognize this insurance business of ours, given that half the insurance workforce is expected to retire in that timeframe. Whether you’ve felt the impact already or it’s still a few years off, it’s best to prepare for one of the biggest challenges ahead.  View Transcript



Recruiting for Insurance: Technology and Creativity

March, 2019

How do you get the word out to job-seekers about the benefits of an insurance career? And have you created a culture that not only attracts but retains the employees you need to go forward? Mark Millett, Recruiter & Learning & Development Specialist for A.I.M. Mutual, sheds light on those challenges and effective strategies you might want to put in place.  View Transcript