A staggering 98% of all private-sector businesses in the U.S. are small businesses. With very few exceptions, these employers are required to purchase workersAi compensation insurance. For many, the cost of providing that coverage takes a significant bite out of their companyAis profits. Unfortunately, resources that are specifically targeted to assist small businesses reduce their workersAi compensation costs are nearly non-existent. As a result, the overwhelming majority of small business employers learn how to manage their workersAi compensation costs through years of trial and error. Unfortunately, they pay for those errors through much higher than necessary workersAi compensation premiums. CHOMP COMP is written specifically to small businesses owners and managers and is intended to be used as a resource and guide. Although CHOMP COMP assumes that the reader knows nothing about workersAi compensation insurance, it does not delve into impractical timelines explainaing the evolution of workersAi compensation insurance. Nor does it list specific details about workersAi compensation legislation that are bound to change within months of the bookAis publication. Instead, CHOMP COMP provides practical information to help small business employers understand workersAi compensation insurance and the factors that influence premiums. From there, it tackles the those factors one after another. The authors have taken great effort to present the material in an easy to-read format and have intentionally limited the length of the chapters to enable small business employers to read and digest chapters in the spare 15 to 20 minutes they can carve out of their busy schedules.imagine that your company is a small auto body repair shop with auto body technicians, outside salespeople and clerical employees. You would be asked to provide estimated annual payroll for the time frame of the upcoming workersaanbsp;...
|Author||:||Barry S. Spurlock, Keith R. Wertz|
|Publisher||:||Lighted Path Publishers - 2008-05|