As the close of 2019 is fast approaching, it's an excellent time to review some of your staple insurances as a business owner, including Workers' Compensation. Let's shine a little light on what you can be thinking about and taking action on to ensure you've got your i's dotted and your t's crossed!
In an increasingly globalized economy, employers should expect work and workers to reach higher and higher levels of connectedness. How does that impact your workers' comp? Employers need to be empathetic and in the know when it comes to the well-being and safety of their employees.
"You need to be certain you've got the right people in your corner measuring your risks, ensuring you're in compliance, and helping you keep focused on the best ways to minimize your premiums while creating value for your employees," says John Sereno, Vice President of Sales for CH Insurance.
Given the political environment and elections in 2020, the year promises to be one of continuous change and posturing with shifting/changing laws and regulations. The complexities that exist today will likely be more so. The implication of that on your business? "You need to be certain you've got the right people in your corner measuring your risks, ensuring you're in compliance, and helping you keep focused on the best ways to minimize your premiums," says John Sereno, Vice President of Sales for CH Insurance.
Next week we'll take a look at workplace safety and give you a checklist to be mining and minding for your business to keep your worker's compensation insurance in check as well.
CH Insurance is an independent insurance agency based in Syracuse, NY with offices also in Rome, NY, Utica, NY and Rochester, NY. Workers' compensation is a key focus for the company with expertise and energy devoted to it on a daily basis to help protect your business, your employees, and all that's important to you. 315-234-7500.