I've been a nurse for over 10 years and have recently been called for an interview for a Telephonic Workers Comp Case Manager for an insurance company. It's mostly wfh - one day a week in the office.
Does anyone have a similar position? While I do like the idea of working from home, it's not necessarily needed, I could be in an office somewhere and be just as happy. From what I hear, many wfh case managers are micromanaged down to the keystroke, tied to their desk all day.
Also, I'm having trouble finding a whole lot of info on how a WC CM job is structured, caseloads, daily job duties, etc.
If anyone works Workers Comp from home, could you provide any insight? Do you like your job? What is you average day like? I'm finding a lot of info about UM/disease management jobs but not much on workers comp.
Thanks very much!