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New CA Work Comp Reporting Rules for COVID Outbreaks Thru 2022

CA AB 1159 just became California work comp's "newest normal".

 

The new law not only provides protection to people who contract COVID-19 at work but also engages employers to help prevent workplace COVID-19 outbreaks. This means that safety training and loss control protocols will need to morph to address sickness (COVID in particular), in addition to accidents, more than ever before.

 

The "Must Demo" COVID-19 Employee Tracking System

When our clients tell us something is "recommendable", we are compelled to share. This system for COVID-19 employee tracking appears to be quite popular...simple, automated, affordable.

 

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New CA Telecommuting Work Comp Code Effective Jan 1st 2021!

On January 1, 2021, a new workers compensation code, Classification 8871, Clerical Telecommuter Employees goes into effect in California.

 

 

Some background information...

 

There has been a growing trend towards telecommuting or having employees working from home. As a result of the COVID-19 pandemic, the telecommuting trend has been a rapidly increasing.

 

Is One Of Your Largest Assets Unprotected?

Accounts Receivable typically represents 40% of a company's assets and is the most vulnerable to unexpected loss. Credit insurance can protect businesses from losses and empower safe top line growth.

 

What is Credit Insurance?

Credit insurance coverage protects businesses from non-payment of commercial debt. It makes sure invoices will be paid and allows companies to reliably manage the commercial and political risks of trade that are beyond their control. It ensures that:

The 10 Top Health Care Buzzwords to Know

With a good understanding of 10 health care buzzwords, it will be easier to find an insurance plan that meets your needs-and fits within your budget.

 

 

The top 10 health care buzzwords to know...

 

Allowable Costs - Charges for health care services and supplies for which benefits are available under your health insurance plan.

 

How Any Business Can Give Samples To Get Customers

Imagine biting into a freshly-baked, still warm, homemade chocolate chip cookie. The outside is crisp...the inside soft. The dance of chocolate, brown sugar, and butter feels like a party in your mouth while the rich aroma fills the room.  This truly is one of the best cookies ever baked. You know it. Now imagine opening a shop dedicated to bringing this incredible experience to the world and finding that your future raving fans are not coming through the door.

 

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