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7 months ago

Workers’ Compensation Classification Code

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Proper Workers’ Comp classification codes, ExplainedEven the National Council Compensation Insurance (NCCI) recognizes the complexity of the Workers’ Compensation classification system; however, proper classification is of most importance as it makes a big difference in rates and premiums.NCCI has created a system of 600 plus classification codes, with the intention of covering workplace exposures. Each […]

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7 months ago

[PEO] Professional Employer Organization- Employee Leasing

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Professional Employee Organization (PEO)​​The History of  PEO OrganizationsEmployee leasing policies first came into existence in the late 1960’s as an alternative to traditional Stand Alone Worker’s Compensation policies. Up until this point companies that could not secure worker’s compensation thru the private markets were forced to secure workers comp thru state sponsored markets such as […]

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8 months ago

Stand Alone verses Pay-As-You-Go Workers Comp Policies Florida

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Stand Alone versus Pay-As-You-Go Workers’ Comp Policies.Any and all construction businesses with one employee or more are required to have worker’s compensation insurance. If you are a non-construction business then you are only required to have workers comp when you have four or more employees, full or part time.With a pay-as-you-go payroll service, your company […]

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8 months ago

Changes coming to Florida Worker’s Compensation Costs | October 2016

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Changes are coming to Florida Workers Comp Costs in October 2016Substantial changes are coming to the costs associated with workers compensation coverages in the state of Florida. Recent decisions from theFlorida Supreme Court have prompted the National Council onCompensation Insurance (NCCI) to file a 19.6 percent rate increase with theFlorida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR) […]

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