Keeping your business safe—with or without a pandemic—requires knowledge about your state’s workers compensation requirements. To comply, your company needs the right coverage for the type of work you do and the size of your company. How can employers know how to comply with state regulations? While this isn’t an exhaustive list, we’ve compiled a… Continue reading A Basic Overview of Workers Compensation Requirements by State
Are you looking for different ways to boost the safety precautions in your workplace? If so, then you might be at a loss for where to start. To get started, you should learn of all the potential hazards and injuries that your workers are at risk of. Only then will you be able to properly… Continue reading Work Safety Tips to Protect Both You and Your Employees
According to business experts, when a company reaches a certain size or level of organization, it is time to set up a human resources department. When you’re starting a new business, you may assume you can handle all of your day-to-day challenges. Hiring, training, and managing your employees? Sure! However, unexpected issues can arise or… Continue reading Why is Human Resources Important? The Many Reasons to Implement HR
Do you run a small business and possess a limited amount of Human Resources support to handle all the duties needed to run your business efficiently? Then you might want to consider hiring outside specialists. A professional employer organization (PEO) provides businesses specialized services to help businesses grow. PEO services help business owners control costs and achieve their business goals… Continue reading How Can the Services of a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) Help to Control Costs and Grow Your Business?
As an employer, you have the onus to take care of all your employees, including part-time workers and contractors. These part-time employees include contractual workers like cleaners and independent contractors. While the law requires you to have workers’ compensation for all your workers, the same doesn’t apply for part-time employees. However, workers compensation for contractors… Continue reading Tips for Employers: Do You Need Workers Compensation Insurance for Your Contractors?
Statistics from the United States Bureau of Labor show that as of 2018, 2.8 million nonfatal injuries occurred in the workplace. Accidents happen. However, that doesn’t mean that as an employer, you should be caught unawares. You need to prepare ways to support your employees using workers’ comp. Here’s a guide detailing five elemental facts… Continue reading 5 Workers Compensation Facts That Every Employer Must Know
In 2015, worker’s compensation covered over 135 million employees. But what if one of those employees suffered a fake injury on the job? Luckily, you can fight the claim if you believe an employee is lying about an injury. But you should know how to tell if someone is lying. What’s more, you also need… Continue reading Advice for Dealing With Employees Seeking Comp for a Fake Injury
Ever since the WHO declared the novel Coronavirus a pandemic on March 19th, 2020, businesses have had to adapt to very stringent measures. For most business owners, the COVID-19 outbreak has been one of their most difficult moments. Apart from bad business, employers have had to be extra vigilant about the health of their workers.… Continue reading COVID-19 Workers Compensation Claims: Proper Procedures to 4Cover Your Business
Believe it or not, there were almost 49 million net premiums written within the year 2018 alone. So, if you are wondering how Florida workers’ compensation policies have changed for 2020, the chances are that you are not alone. Want to learn more about Florida workers’ compensation laws? If so, we’ve got the 4-1-1 on… Continue reading Florida Workers’ Compensation: What Changes Have Been Made for 2020?
This crazy COVID-19 nightmare keeps putting us through the wringer. We never know what aspect of life it’s going to change next. First, our health is at risk, now both our job and our health is at risk. Everything seems to be turning upside down. So where do you go to find answers anymore? The… Continue reading Answering Your Workers Comp Questions About COVID-19