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Are You Using a Specialized Workers Compensation Agent?

Workers Compensation Insurance for staffing companies is a highly specialized area of the insurance market.  There are few Agents and brokers who have both hands on experience in the staffing business,  and are also steeped in workers compensation options and...

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Stretching During Breaks Can Reduce Work Comp Claims

Stretching by your employees before a job and during breaks, can be an excellent way to prevent workers compensation injuries and claims. There are studies that demonstrate that employees that stretch, and do a little exercise before a shift, tend to be more alert and...

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How An ASO Can Improve Your Worker’s Compensation Management

An ASO (Administrative Service Organization) handles all the payroll related matters like a contracted payroll company (think ADP or Paychex) PLUS most of the workers compensation issues that arise in a staffing company. An ASO can significantly streamline your back...

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Do You Have A Workers Compensation SWAT Team?

Reducing workers compensation rates depends on developing a great relationship with your Workers Compensation "SWAT Team." Your SWAT Team should include your Agent or Broker, the carriers accident investigation manager, and your internal workers compensation manager....

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Best Place for Work Compensation Connections

Now that Fall is just around the corner and staffing owners are anticipating their workers compensation needs for 2012, I am asked by many staffing companies where is the best place to easily check out a variety of workers compensation options.  My answer sometimes...

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Workplace Fatalities and Workers Compensation Rates

It is true that the increase in your Workers Comp rates following  an employee's death, are often less than when an employee experiences a non fatal but very serious workers compensation injury.  Though still, an employees death will significantly impact your future...

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Written Job Descriptions Can Keep Your Comp Rates Low

-- Here's why... As a former staffing owner who has done his fair share of staffing "ASAP" positions, I understand the pressure that staffing managers have in matching the skill sets of the right applicant to the job, and getting the applicant to the job site site in...

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