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Utah Businesses We Cover with Workers’ Comp Insurance
Utah Businesses We Cover with Workers' Comp Insurance
Food & Beverage
Bars, Bistros, Cafeterias/Buffets, Candy Stores, Caterers, Coffee Shops, Doughnut Shops, Fast Casual, Fast Food, Fine Dining, Health Supplement Stores, Juice Shops, Tea Houses, Taverns and NightclubsGet a Free Quote
Data Processing, Ecommerce, Hosting, Graphic Design, Network Installation/Repair, Office Machine Installation/Repair, Programming, Strategy & Management Consulting Services, and Software/Web Development (includes SOLOpreneuers!)Get a Free Quote
Athlete/Actor/Entertainer Agents, Court Reporters, Lawyers & Attorneys at Law, Notaries and TranscriptionGet a Free Quote
Bakeries, Beer/Wine/Liquor Stores, Butcher/Meat Markets, Convenience Stores/Gas Stations, Discount Stores, Fish, Seafood, Fruit & Vegetable Markets, Grocery Stores, Laundromats, Pet Stores, Pharmacies/Drug Stores, Specialty Food StoresGet a Free Quote
Computer Training, Cosmetology/Barber Schools, Exam Preparation/Tutoring, Fine Art Schools, Language Schools, Libraries/Archives, Management Training, Professional Training, & Translation/Interpretation ServicesGet a Free Quote
Microbreweries (less than 15,000 barrels produced per year) & Wine Making (no growing or production of grapes/fruit)Get a Free Quote
Barber Shops/Salons, Cemeteries/Mausoleums, Crematoriums, Funeral Homes, Interior Design, Pet Kennels/Groomers, Photography/Photofinishing, Gyms, Nail Salons, Self-Storage, Tanning Salons, Tattoo/Piercing, and Wedding/Event PlannersGet a Free Quote
Bridal Stores, Clothing Stores, Dry Cleaners, Formal Wear/Costume Rentals, Luggage & Leather Goods Stores, Shoe Retail/Repair, and Tailor ShopsGet a Free Quote
Personal Product Retail
Art Galleries/Stores, Auto Parts, Beauty/Cosmetics, Bike Stores, Bookstores, Camera/Photo Supplies, Cell Phone Retail/Repair, Computer Stores, Jewelry Stores, Musical Instruments, Sporting Goods , Tobacco/Vaping & Video GamesGet a Free Quote
Blood Banks, Dental Labs, Dentists/Orthodontists, GP/Medical Specialists, Kidney Dialysis Centers, Medical Diagnostics & Testing, and VeterinariansGet a Free Quote
Architecture & Engineering Services
Architects & Drafting, Engineering, Surveyors, & Window Treatment Stores (we do not cover construction contractors or trucking companies)Get a Free Quote
Accounting, Auditors, Banks/Credit Unions, Bookkeeping, Collection Agencies, Financial Advisors/Trust Companies, Mortgage & Loan Brokers, Payroll Services, Tax Preparation, Title & Title InsuranceGet a Free Quote
Scientific Research & Development/Consulting, Technical Consulting, & Environmental ConsultingGet a Free Quote
Office, Home, & Garden
Hearing Aid Stores, Hobby/Craft/Art Stores, Gift/Novelty Stores, Florists, Floor Covering Stores, Mailing/Packaging Stores, Models/Toy/Games, Office Supplies, Optical Stores, Paint/Wallpaper Stores, Perfume Stores, Plumbing & TaxidermistsGet a Free Quote
Acupuncture, Chiropractors, Mental Health Practitioners, and Physical & Occupational TherapyGet a Free Quote
Workers' Compensation for Utah Businesses
Worker’s comp insurance for the Beehive State
Utah is home to 2.9 million residents and almost 85,000 square miles of area. It’s known for the stunning beauty of “The Mighty 5” national parks; Park City, host of the 2002 Winter Olympics and awesome skiing; and the home of Temple Square, global headquarters of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints.
Did you know that Zion National Park was a filming location for Romancing the Stone and Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid? The Great Salt Lake is home to billions of brine shrimp, and you can marvel at the moonscape of the Salt Flats! Home to 277,140 small businesses and representing 99.3% of the total companies, Utah’s small businesses provide careers for 557,794 Utah residents.
Interestingly, Utah is home to the rapidly growing network marketing company movement. It’s also the second-biggest industry behind tourism, with more than $8.5 billion in annual revenue spread over at least 100 companies. While still privately held, several of these businesses are global giants in their fields with thousands of employees serving customers in almost every language – made possible by Mormons returning from their missionary work across the globe. While these companies have loads of manufacturing, shipping and professional jobs, they spread the wealth to vendors, like cleaning companies, telecom, IT, catering, office supplies and so many more. Not to mention the BIG conventions and all the opportunity they bring.
Mormons follow the original pilgrimage travel through Utah to Salt Lake City to see the Mormon Tabernacle Choir, while genealogy researchers make trips to dig through the extensive LDS historical data. Even the largest towns are still very friendly and pride themselves on cleanliness and a small-town feel. It’s no surprise that tourism, entertainment and retail are the leading job sectors, with big opportunities in health care and professional services.
Opportunity is enormous in the Beehive State, named after the industrious nature of its people. With a consistently higher growth rate than the national GDP, the competition is intense for quality staff. Take care of them with Cerity workers’ comp insurance. Plan for the unexpected, like when your marketing team is making a video of the newest essential oil or face cream and slices their hand picking up a dropped glass bottle, or when a runaway bobsled in Park City crashes into the gift shop. From the colorful deserts to the highest mountain peaks, Cerity is your small business workers’ comp partner.
*2017 business stats provided by the Bureau of Labor Statistics
number of Utah residents employed by small businesses
number of workplace injuries
annual visitors to the “The Mighty 5” national parks
inches of average snowfall
height in feet of Delicate Arch (pictured below)
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