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Four Reasons to File Workers’ Compensation Claims Fast
Reporting workers’ compensation claims as soon as possible following a workplace accident is important. The sooner your carrier receives the claim, the better it is for everyone involved.
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What is workers’ compensation insurance? And why you need it...
Workers’ compensation insurance is not only a statutory requirement in most states, it also helps protect your employees and your business. By taking advantage of value-added services such as loss control support and implementing a culture of safety, you may help keep your premiums lower.
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Opting for workers’ compensation in Texas
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Three Reasons Why You Need Workers’ Compensation Insurance
Three reasons that a workers compensation insurance is a strategic investment and considered a part of a workplace safety program.
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Six Tips for Promoting Employee Wellness
Employee wellness has become an increasingly hot topic, buoyed by studies that suggest sitting for extended periods of time, poor ergonomics and fatigue on the job can lead to potential health issues. However, a new poll by EMPLOYERS® finds that small businesses, which employ more than half of the American workforce, have been much slower to embrace promoting employee wellness. According to a recent survey, adults employed full-time in the United States spend an average of 47 hours per week ...
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Posted in: Workers' Compensation FAQs, Workplace Safety | Tags: workplace safety | Comments (0) | View Count: (1971)
Occasionally companies try to save money by avoiding payroll taxes, workers' compensation and unemployment insurance costs, or employee benefits. Sometimes a business will try to do this through the act of deliberate Employee Misclassification. Businesses may falsely classify their employees as independent contractors, or they may intentionally misreport the actual job description. An example would be reporting warehouse workers as office clerical workers.
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Posted in: Anti-Fraud, EMPLOYERS Press Releases, Workers' Compensation FAQs | Tags: workers' comp , Anti-Fraud , workers' compensation insurance fraud | Comments (0) | View Count: (2085)
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