• WHY IS WORKERS’ COMPENSATION INSURANCE NECESSARY TO PROTECT YOUR BUSINESS?

    WHY YOU NEED WORKERS

    Small and home-based businesses may find purchasing workers compensation insurance policy an extra cost to the company but in many ways, it is rather an affordable business decision and a mandatory one as well. It protects your business from being ceased by the state in case an employee sues you and also protects your company from many extra costs a medical emergency of an employee may incur upon the employer. Moreover, it is necessary to build a ‘trust’ relationship between the employee and the employer which is essential for a healthy work environment in the workplace and gives motivation to the employees to work even under stressful and harder conditions if their job calls for it. Every state provides an employee the right to sue the employer he has been associated with in case he/she is injured or falls ill due to his/her Job requirements. In such a case, the employer is liable to provide medical expenditures and replacement of wages the employee missed. Every state has a different policy regarding such a right and in case, a lawsuit has been filed the employer may also have to face the costs of hiring a lawyer and all other expenses of the lawsuit. Fine imposed by states policy and probably paying off extra medical coverage to the employee which the state law has also ruled out thereby incurring far greater costs to the business revenue contrary to the case. where a set limit of medical expenditures has been pre-decided between the employer and the employee regarding such a scenario and is hence paid in case of medical emergencies immediately. Some state policy may also stop the business from operating in such a case which would be a blow to the survival of business. Hence, a proper workers’ compensation insurance policy saves any extra costs to the business and also gives an employee a mental satisfaction from his employer. For businesses that depend on its employee’s assistance such workers’ compensation insurance policy is necessary. Not only does it save the employers any extra costs as explained above but also builds a reputation for a responsible and considerate business strategy which wins the trust of its employees. Employees also find it much appreciating and convincing to provide their services to the businesses that offer them such coverage so as to protect them from unseen medical situations. Some workers’ compensation insurance policies cover the medical care and replacement of wages and some even cover the expenses of the family of employees to some extent in the case of death of an employee due to his nature of the job. Workers compensation policy varies from state to state. In any case, this is an effective mandatory policy every business needs to provide to its employees and saves time and money for both the employee and the employer.

    WHY CHOOSE A PEO

    Over the years, PEOs (Professional Employer Organizations) have tremendously grown in popularity.

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    How does PEO work?

    A PEO usually serves as an outsourced HR department that offers comprehensive employment services such as

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    Benefits to the employer

    This leaves you with more time to concentrate or focus on your business Being a member of a Professional

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    For employees, PEO does the following:

    • Delivers accurate and on-time payroll
    • Processes claims responsively and efficiently
    • Offers latest information in regulatory compliance
    • Provides professional assistance when it comes to employment related issues
    • Offers easy access to comprehensive benefits that are often unavailable
    • Brings with it easy to read and comprehend practices, procedures, policies and handbooks
    • Offers improved access to payroll information, vacation, personnel data, sick time accrual as well as specialized reports

    Because coverage requirements vary by state, the cost of Workers' Compensation
    depends on what type of work or business you are operating and where your
    business operates. Other factors that affect your rates include…

    • The number of employees you have.
    • The type of work your employees do.
    • Your claims history.
    • Your industry.
    • What locations you do business in

    Like all insurance, Workers' Comp is priced based on risk: riskier industries and jobs are more expensive to insure than less risky ones. To make sure prices are as fair as possible, they're determined by classification codes: each type of work has a unique code. For example; One way to save money on your Workman's Comp policy is to make sure you've classified every employee correctly. The secretary for a construction firm, for example, will have lower rates than the bricklayers.

    Workers' Compensation Insurance is regulated by the states. This means that having Workers' Comp is a unifying thread for businesses with employees, it also means the cost of this coverage varies significantly from one state to another.

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