Discussion:
Cost of benefits

How are you dealing with the high cost of medical insurances, workers comp, etc? Are your employees paying for a portion of their cost?
  • Posted 28 May 2004 00:49
  • Discussion started by carol_r
  • Ohio, United States
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We have helped companies lower accident / illness rates and insurance costs by assisting them in developing Safety Training and Written Plans to instill an active safety culture in the workplace. It helps to lower your Worker's Compensation claims, days away from work and lost time as well as possible insurance claims.
  • Posted 4 Jun 2004 00:39
  • Reply by kelly_k
  • North Carolina, United States
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We have passed on a portion of health care costs to the employees. We have been doing that for the past several years. As far as workers comp, we recently joined a captive insurance group to help level our annual premiums and mitigate the rising premiums we were facing in the commerical market.
  • Posted 3 Jun 2004 22:44
  • Reply by rfruth
  • Pennsylvania, United States

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