McFarlin Insurance Agency Blog: compensation
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Thursday, February 2, 2023One of the most essential business insurance products is workers' compensation insurance. Modern workers' comp insurance carries layers of federal, state and local regulations. These regulations protect both the injured worker and the employer. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, May 11, 2022Ergonomics is the science of optimizing an environment for maximum safety and efficiency. In the workplace, emphasizing ergonomics will not only improve your bottom line and boost employee satisfaction, but it will also reduce the number of workers’ compensation insurance claims made as a result of improving safety. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, November 16, 2021Due to the digital age, more and more employees are working from home. This raises the question: Is an employee covered if they suffer a work-related injury or illness at home? If you're a temporary or permanent telecommuter, this article can help you figure out whether you are covered by workers compensation insurance. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, October 23, 2019When looking to reduce workers’ compensation insurance costs, many employers look into to the addition of a wellness program for their workplace. Undoubtedly, wellness programs can offer tangible results when it comes to workplace injuries, absences and overall satisfaction with the work environment from employees. READ MORE >>
Thursday, January 10, 2019Workers' compensation insurance provides financial help to cover losses associated with employee injury on the job. Employee illness related to the job also usually has coverage here. On the factory floor, these risks are numerous. As a business owner, work to prevent errors and risks that could lead to injury, illness, or death. READ MORE >>
Monday, April 9, 2018One of the most common workers' compensation insurance claims is the back injury. Strains, pulls, and damage to the muscles in the back can be painful. They can also make it hard for your employees to continue to do their job. As a business owner, your goal is to keep employees safe. READ MORE >>