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

What employers should expect from an insurance agent?
Kevin Ring 5 years, 3 months ago

By Kevin Ring Institute of Work Comp Professionals Editor’s note: Kevin Ring, CWCA, CWCA, MWCA, is Lead Analyst at Institute of WorkComp Professionals, Asheville, NC of which we are a member. It trains, certifies independent insurance agents and their support...

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Hurricane recovery: Workers’ Comp implications
Webmaster 5 years, 3 months ago

Be sure your employees are covered when going out of state to assist with recovery The requirements for Workers’ Comp vary by state and the important message here is that if you have employees traveling out of state you want...

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OSHA update: Electronic record keeping, regulatory agenda, combustible dust, noise in construction
Webmaster 5 years, 4 months ago

OSHA’s Injury Tracking Application Injury Reporting is now available allowing employers to electronically enter their required 2016 injury and illness data from Form 300A. The Improve Track of Workplace Injuries and Illnesses final rule went into effect Jan. 1 with an initial compliance deadline...

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Classification: The Foundation of Workers’ Compensation For the Construction Industry
Kevin Ring 5 years, 4 months ago

Whether you’re an insurance professional, an employer or “the person in charge of insurance,” it’s often difficult to get your arms around Workers’ Compensation. It’s complex and fraught with so many “moving parts” you can almost be certain that what...

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Lower Job Classifications Mean Lower Premiums
Webmaster 5 years, 5 months ago

To keep their premiums at the lowest cost each year, it’s not unusual for businesses to seek job classifications with lower ratings. Workers’ Compensation guru, David Leng, explains in his book, Stop Being Frustrated and Overcharged Year After Year by...

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Legal Corner
Webmaster 5 years, 1 month ago

ADA Employer requiring wellness program participation prevails over EEOC A federal District Court in Wisconsin has ruled against the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and held that a plastic manufacturer’s policy of requiring employees to complete health risk assessments and biometric...

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