7 Secrets that Cost Your Client a Bundle on their Workers' Comp

Ten Commandments for a Workers’ Comp Audit
12 days ago

While an IRS audit strikes fear in the hearts of business owners, a Workers' Compensation premium audit is considered routine. Yet, there is a very good chance that it can result in higher charges, particularly if you are not adequately...

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Kevin Ring Featured on Connected Insurance Podcast
1 month, 19 days ago

The Institute's Leader Workers' Compensation Analyst, Kevin Ring, was featured on the December 18th episode of the Connected Insurance Podcast, produced by Agency Revolution. In this conversation, Kevin discusses strategies that are working today to get employers excited about workers'...

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OSHA reiterates that online safety training may not meet requirements
2 months, 12 days ago

In a standard interpretation https://www.osha.gov/laws-regs/standardinterpretations/2019-07-11 issued earlier this year, OSHA answered the question: Are online training programs acceptable for compliance with OSHA's worker training requirements?  Interestingly, this standard interpretation is very similar in wording to one issued 25 years ago....

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The new overtime rule and workers’ compensation
3 months, 13 days ago

The Labor Department estimates that the new overtime rule, which takes effect January 1, 2020, will affect 1.3 million workers. The new rule raises the minimum salary threshold from $455 per workweek to $684 per workweek. This means that salaried...

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OSHA’s Top 10 violations: three action steps for employers
4 months, 9 days ago

For the ninth consecutive year, Fall Protection – General Requirements is the most frequently cited standard, OSHA announced at the 2019 National Safety Council Congress & Expo. The rest of the preliminary list of the Top 10 violations for fiscal...

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Ten questions to assess your workplace’s preparedness for an active shooter
5 months, 6 days ago

While most organizations will never experience an active shooter situation, it’s clear it can happen anywhere and to anyone. According to FBI data, 250 active shootings took place between 2000-2017. From 2000 to 2006, shooting incidents averaged 6.7 a year,...

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