News, Updates, and Announcements
The most updated information across LWCC’s many functions.
4 Ways to Improve Employee Health, Happiness, and Performance
Every year in March, National Nutrition Month aims to promote awareness about the importance of healthy eating habits and making informed food choices. Here are 4 simple ways employers can help support employee nutrition and overall health.
OMNET Provider Feature: The Bone and Joint Clinic of Baton Rouge
With unwavering dedication, The Bone and Joint Clinic of Baton Rouge consistently provides outstanding care to injured workers as an LWCC OMNET provider. For 75 years, their compassionate team has focused on putting patients first.
Safety Funds Recipient: NOLA Habitat for Humanity
The New Orleans Area Habitat for Humanity has spent the past 40 years helping elevate Louisiana citizens through the provision of safe and affordable housing. Recently, they also elevated the safety of their team with the help of the LWCC Safety Funds Program.
Elevating Injured Worker Care: OMNET Provider Forum 2023
The 2023 OMNET Provider Forum provided medical professionals from all arenas of workers’ compensation the opportunity to learn from industry experts and connect with peers so together we can elevate the care of injured workers.
Daymond John Shares the Power of Purpose-Driven Business
Daymond John, founder of FUBU and star of ABC’s “Shark Tank” was featured in LWCC’s Speaker Series on May 18. From the stage of the Foster Learning Center, he shared his personal story of success and the importance of purpose-driven business with a focus on the greater good.
Finding the Notes of Empowerment
Derrick Tabb is empowering at-risk youth through music education and mentorship. His nonprofit organization, The Roots of Music, is taking young people off the streets and changing lives around the Crescent City, all while celebrating the legacy of Louisiana culture.
LWCC Dedicates the Foster Learning Center
The new facility in Baton Rouge honors our founder, the late Governor Foster, and serves as a valuable resource for employees, agents, policyholders, and partners to facilitate meaningful collaboration and learning that will help Louisiana progress into the future.
LWCC Foundation Announces Phase 3 Grant of Louisiana Well Again
The LWCC Foundation is working to address the root issues of the vulnerabilities by providing funding for existing programs and initiatives, research, or new innovations that demonstrate the ability of an organization to address the vulnerabilities that threaten the health and safety of our citizens
iPads at Baton Rouge General Help Patients Connect with Family
With the help of grant money from the LWCC Foundation’s Louisiana Well Again: COVID-19 Response Program and other community donors, Baton Rouge General was able to respond to the needs of the hospital during the height of the pandemic.
Union General Uses LWCC Foundation Grant to Purchase Ventilators for Critical COVID-19 Patients
The timing could not have been better for Union General Hospital when it learned earlier this summer that it was one of 24 hospitals to receive a LWCC Foundation grant in support of COVID-19 frontline healthcare workers.
LWCC Foundation Awards Grants to Support Frontline Healthcare Workers
The grants make up the second phase of the foundation’s Louisiana Well Again: COVID-19 Response Package, a $1.1 million, three-phase grants and gifts package dedicated to helping Louisiana respond to and recover from the pandemic.