Did you know that an average of 2.8 out of 100 Americans sustain workplace injuries every year? As a sole business owner, you may be wondering if it’s possible to get workers’ insurance even if you don’t have any employees. Without the right coverage, your business could be at risk of financial loss due to… Continue reading Can You Get Workers’ Insurance if You Don’t Have Employees
Nearly 54% of recruiters plan to combine in-person and remote onboarding. When onboarding new employees, sharing the employee handbook is an important part of this process. This is because it contains crucial information that helps the new employee integrate properly into your company. It helps them familiarize themselves with your company’s policies and procedures. This… Continue reading How to Create an Employee Handbook: What Should It Include?
Have you been injured at work and you’re not sure what compensation you might be entitled to? If you’re injured on the job, it’s important to take the right steps so you receive the compensation and benefits that you deserve. Worker’s compensation is money that you can get from your job if you get hurt… Continue reading Filing a Workers Compensation Claim: What Are the Steps?
In the US alone, more than 3.7 million employees are employed through a professional employer organization (PEO). It is estimated that the number of smaller businesses using this service may reach up to 40% within the next few years. Like many business owners, you may be unsure of what a professional employer organization (PEO) does. They take… Continue reading Professional Employer Organization: What Do PEO Companies Do?
Did you know that an average of 2.8 out of 100 Americanssustain workplace injuries every year? Many factors can contribute to workplace injuries, including poor conditions, exhaustion from too much work, lack of safety programs, and unsafe working conditions. Roofing contractors have a duty of care to prevent injury and harm to their employees and… Continue reading What Roofing Contractors Should Know About Workers Compensation
Are you overwhelmed by the difficulties of health insurance? If so, you’re not the only one. Back in 2021, 27 million Americans didn’t have insurance. That’s 8.3% of the population. Now imagine the peace of mind of having a comprehensive health insurance plan. A PEO health insurance plan can do that. Don’t let the confusion and uncertainty… Continue reading PEO Health Insurance Explained
PEO services are becoming increasingly popular these days with PEOs in the United States servings over 173,000 companies and their 4 million employees. Not quite sure what these services are or what PEO companies offer? That’s okay. If you’re like most business owners, there’s always something new to learn about running your company. And if… Continue reading What is a PEO Insurance Policy?
There are workplace hazards in any workplace setting. While some jobs are more hazardous than others, all workers are at risk. There are roughly 2.8 million nonfatal work-related injuries reported in America each year. In some cases, workplace injuries even result in death. Workers’ compensation’s required for most businesses in the country. Workers’ compensation insurance ensures… Continue reading Common Workplace Hazards Workers Compensation Can Cover
Did you know that 49% of workers start looking for a new job after two failed paycheck errors? Simply put, the effective management of HR tasks such as payroll and tax filing can be critical in ensuring your business stays afloat and your employees stay happy. ASO in HR is a process that can help… Continue reading What is ASO in HR?
According to the Bureau of Labor Statistics, the smaller a company’s headcount, the less likely it is to provide employee benefits. For instance, nearly 85% of companies with 500 or more employees offer employee assistance programs. Meanwhile, only 31% of companies employing 1–49 workers offer these programs. Employee benefits packages can make the difference between recruiting… Continue reading What is the Difference Between a PEO and ASO?