Create Employee Safety Advocates to Improve Results

Picture this: You’re driving on the highway and a local delivery driver swerves in front of you. One of your passengers happens to notice the ubiquitous “How Am I Doing?” sign on the back of the van and jots down the contact information. It’s safe to say you’ll probably be...

Social Media & Workers’ Comp Fraud

It’s pretty black and white: if you’re an employer in California, you are required to provide workers’ compensation benefits to your employees. As an agent, I’ve seen more than my fair share of fraud stories. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, workers' compensation fraud costs California between $1 billion...

OSHA? Plan Ahead and Be Prepared!

When some employers hear “OSHA,” they cringe at the thought that there might be a chance their business is not in full compliance with the complex and immense OSHA regulations. In turn, it can become a stressful and overwhelming task to ensure all regulations are being followed accordingly. However, there...

Defending the Profits of your Company

Do you have Vendors, or Allies? I view running a company to being a football coach attempting to keep ground (profits) already taken and adding to that ground whenever it is possible using your valued employees by putting them in a position to be successful. Your company has been very successful...

Why Employers Should Consider Self-Funding

Reason #4:  Management Involvement Self-funding allows the employer to always be aware of plan utilization, claim activity and payment activity versus the passive approach on the fully-insured side. Employers are in a much better position to evaluate plan performance on a overall basis and adjust to any issues faster when self-funding. If you would...