Workers’ Comp Resources

How Workers’ Compensation Premiums are Calculated

Knowing your employees and your business are protected in case of accidents through your workers’ comp policy inspires confidence.

Understanding the Workers’ Compensation Claims Process

The term workers’ compensation can sometimes be overwhelming without the right background and guidance to help you through the process.

How Can Restaurants Lower Their Workers’ Comp Costs?
  • Published February 11, 2022

As a restaurant owner, you’re used to wearing many hats. There are days you may jump from being an owner […]


Does Workers’ Comp Cover COVID?
  • Published February 7, 2022

The COVID-19 pandemic has caused a massive shift in how we live our everyday lives. From social distancing to wearing […]

Do LLCs Need Workers Comp Insurance?
  • Published February 3, 2022

If you have an LLC, you’re probably used to handling a variety of different things at once. More than that, […]

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How to Help Ensure Low Premiums for Workers Comp.
  • Published February 2, 2022

The most important thing when it comes to workers’ compensation is that your business has coverage to protect your employees […]

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What to Look for in a Workers’ Comp Policy
  • Published February 1, 2022

When was the last time you looked at your workers’ comp policy? Likely it is just in a pile with […]

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Workers’ Comp 101 for Cleaning Businesses: I have part-timers. How do I determine payroll?
  • Published October 22, 2021

You and your cleaning business team are experts at getting the job done quickly and correctly so your clients can […]

Tips to Avoid Missteps During the Workers’ Comp Claims Process
  • Published October 22, 2021

Workers’ compensation provides benefits for workers who are injured or get sick while on the job. Although workers’ comp coverage […]


5 tips to help your cleaning business employees stay safe on the job
  • Published October 22, 2021

As a cleaning business owner, you work hard to keep your clients’ homes, workplaces, and other spaces clean and free […]

Safety issues for home cleaning professionals
  • Published October 22, 2021

For many homeowners, cleaning professionals are essential to helping their spaces stay spick and span. They rely on cleaning pros […]

What Kind of Insurance Does a Small Cleaning Business Need?
  • Published October 22, 2021

As a small cleaning business owner, you’re used to juggling many things at once. In addition to keeping things spick-and-span […]

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Workers’ Comp 101 for Cleaning Businesses: I’m about to go from one employee to several. How does that impact my workers’ comp?
  • Published October 22, 2021

Your cleaning business is growing, and as a result you’re gaining more employees. Congratulations! Growing your business is a string […]

Workers’ Comp for Remote Employees—What Does It Cover?
  • Published October 21, 2021

Businesses have looked very different recently, including how and where employees do their jobs. Remote work, or telecommuting, has become […]

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Workers’ Comp Process Pitfalls
  • Published October 20, 2021

Regardless of what type of business you run, having workers’ compensation insurance is an important part of protecting your employees […]

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5 tips to protect your janitorial business from workers’ comp claims
  • Published October 15, 2021

Every day, businesses face risks to employees getting injured, but some industries are more prone to incidents than others. As […]

6 Things Restaurateurs Wish They Knew Before They Opened Their Doors
  • Published June 28, 2021

The food and beverage industry is a competitive one, partly because it draws people from all walks of life. The […]


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