Jenny McGee

Worker's Compensation Executive

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Workers’ Compensation Manager
Jenny McGee is responsible for full cycle workers compensation management at Abacus. This includes reporting and communicating with employees, adjusters, work-site liaisons and supervisors to ensure compliance. She also manages medical documentation, responds to employee concerns and monitors injured employee medical treatment progression. Additionally, she requests claims to be investigated as required and trains on-site managers to ensure safety in the workplace.

Outside of Abacus, Jenny teaches elementary school at McDonogh School, volunteers at the Seed School of Maryland, organizes fundraising efforts for Boys Hope Girls Hope of Baltimore and is a member of the planning committee for Baltimore Heart Ball Gala for The American Heart Association. She is a graduate of Villa Julie College and in her free time enjoys spending time with her family, traveling, interior design and healthy living

  • “We chose Abacus to support us in our seasonal hiring initiative – we found their workforce full of energy and eager to grow. We were very happy to have hired directly 25% of the seasonal workers and look forward to their long-term contribution in our organization.”

    -Molly, Distribution Center Human Resources Director
  • “I moved to the area with my wife to support her in her new job and found myself out of work for the first time. Abacus was able, within days, to find a new role where I was able to bring my talents and grow in ways, I never imagined were possible.”

    -Mike, Baltimore, MD
  • “We have found that be counting on Abacus for our staff recruiting needs, our internal team is able to focus on our core mission and spend less time searching for qualified candidates. Our relationship manager is there for us every step of the way and we look forward to our future with Abacus.”

    -Eva, Call Center Director
  • “After my enlistment in the Air Force ended and I returned home, I found Abacus who helped me begin the next phase of my life. I was placed in a position with a Fortune 500 company and after several months I was promoted into a long-term position. I look forward to growing as a professional and bringing my experience and training to support this new mission.”

    -Andre, Atlanta, GA
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