Employers need high quality, reliable resources to help navigate today’s ever-changing business and regulatory environment. We have those resources. Content in our Resource Library and our Events are designed to enhance skills in professional development, compliance and risk management — giving your managers and employees the confidence they need to make sound decisions.
If you can’t find what you’re looking for in our Resource Library or scheduled events, we can customize a training solution specifically to your needs. Our customized on-site training allows you to select the topics most important to you. These trainings can assist you with compliance, or ensure your managers are prepared to address employment-related risk, and help develop your most important asset — your human capital. Resources you can access include:
One of the most expensive costs for nearly any business is that of workers’ compensation insurance. Your hiring process can be an important first step toward preventing work comp claims. Here are some hiring practices that can help stop work comp claims before they even walk through your door.
We have added a Q&A to the end of the list about handling the employee portion of benefits that are continued as active through a furlough. As employers begin to lay off or place employees on furlough, they should consider the many issues that such actions can create. This Q&A includes answers to the most urgent questions we are receiving from employers. The information in this article is likely to change on a regular basis as the COVID-19 crisis continues to evolve, laws and regulations change, and we receive additional information from carriers and third-party administrators (TPAs). Please check back regularly for updates to our answers or guidance.
The average adult has a 3 in 10 chance of suffering a disability that keeps them out of work for 90 days or longer at some point during their working career, according to The Council for Disability Awareness. Ninety percent of disabilities are caused by illnesses, not accidents, and are a top cause of bankruptcies in the U.S. Most of us have personal debt, such as a mortgage, auto loans or credit card bills.
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