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Workers Compensation Management

How Human Resources, Inc. can save you time and money

In today’s business environment, workers’ compensation is fast becoming one of the largest contributors to labor expense. The premiums for this coverage have gone up significantly in just the past few years alone. Due to claims having a longer duration than anticipated, some companies are faced with 25%-40% upsurge in costs, despite low occurrence of accidents in the workplace. This can often have a detrimental effect on your company’s bottom line, not only in medical and claim costs, but also in lost productivity from being short staffed.

The PEO advantage in worker compensation management

Many small businesses are starting to recognize the advantages of working with a Professional Employer Organization (PEO) like Human Resources, Inc. Our knowledge, combined with our pool of clients, allows us to use this larger headcount to negotiate preferable rates with national insurance providers.

Here are some other ways we can help you:

Risk Identification

There are always areas of your work environment that can be improved for safety. Where are the places in your business where accidents are most likely to occur? Communication with your employees is crucial for accident prevention.

Implement Safety Training and Programs

Regular office safety inspections and proper training of new and seasoned personnel can help to mitigate risk. Have a plan should an incident occur. Does everyone know where the first aid kit is located and do they know how to use it? Contact us today to learn more about our ‘Best HR Practices Seminar Series’ and how it can help you!

Don’t Make the Same Mistakes Twice

Proper accident investigation may prevent a recurrence from happening. Document everything and analyze potential future hazards based on those findings.

Speak to a Workers’ Compensation specialist at Human Resources, Inc. today!

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