Close to 400 people will be taking their seats next Thursday for our annual workers' compensation conference, March 2-3, in Boston, MA.  Should we hold a seat for you?  

For those still on the fence, below are three great reasons to attend.
  
#1) Content: WCRI's conference is a leading workers' compensation forum that will have you talking for months about what you learned. We have put together an agenda that focuses on some of the most significant issues facing the workers' compensation system today and for years to come, delivered by thought leaders and experts from across the country. Click here to see the agenda.  
 
#2) Networking: You'll be hard pressed to find a better conference where you can meet and develop a network of professional workers' compensation colleagues and experts. From public officials and labor representatives to disability claims analysts and risk managers, they all come to WCRI's conference to learn about the latest trends and network with other like-minded people who believe in data to make better decisions and improve the system. Click here to see a sample of the diverse organizations that are attending.
 
#3) Continuing Education Credit: Learn from leading workers' compensation professionals while you earn continuing education credit. The conference has been approved for 8 hours of continuing education credits for Certified Case Manager (CCM) and Certified Disability Management Specialist (CDMS). 
 
Don't miss this opportunity to elevate your career, expand your knowledge, and network with your peers. 
 
If you have any questions, please contact Stephanie Deeley at sadeeley@wcrinet.org or 617-661-9274 ext. 261.