646 Results for ‘overview-of-workers-compensation-rate-calculations’
Refine Your Search
Learn how the interrelationship between Social Security disability benefits and workers' compensation makes settlement of workers' compensation cases more attractive for the injured worker.
HR Certification Institute, SHRM credit available
Gain a better understanding of how potential claims can be exempt from workers' compensation.Many work related injury claims are categorically ineligible for benefits under the workers' compensation system.
Big data is here. Data analysts are leveraging big data to help businesses better understand their customers, markets and operations. HR can learn and leverage some of these techniques to better understand how to...
Gain a better understanding of the Florida Reemployment Tax and avoid costly penalties.Many payroll and human resources departments struggle with administering the Florida Reemployment Tax.
Get the tools needed to write an effective EEOC position statement.Many employers have limited experience dealing with the EEOC and charges of discrimination.
Understanding Federal Tax Deposit rules can be challenging, but this knowledge is an absolute "must" for any organization responsible for tax filings and payments due to the Internal Revenue Service (IRS).
Gain a better understanding of discrimination claims that are made by employees and could cost and time for employers. Discrimination claims made by employees cost companies time and money.
Reduce workers' compensation insurance costs while maintaining ethical settlement practices.This topic is designed for all interested workers' compensation stakeholders who are interested in reducing program costs while...
AIPB, HR Certification Institute, SHRM credit available
Learn the importance of a well implemented employee recognition program to help your organization succeed.Employees are an organization's most valuable resource, yet according to Gallup, only 32.
Make sure you know if you are required to comply with the new Washington Family and Medical Leave Act. The new Washington Paid Family and Medical Leave Act is starting on January 1, 2019.
Showing 81 - 90 of 646 results.