Georgia Workers Compensation Requirements

Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ) about Georgia Workers’ Compensation Insurance

 

  • How many employees must I have in order to be required to provide workers’ compensation insurance?

If you regularly employ three or more persons in your Georgia business, you are required to provide the benefits.

 

  • Does this include part-time employees?
    Yes, as long as they are regular.

 

  • What do you mean by “regular” part-time employee?
    A regular part-time employee works regularly on a part-time basis. Such as employees who only work on weekends.

 

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Florida Workers Compensation Requirements

Employers’ Requirement to Carry Workers’ Compensation Insurance in Florida.

Employers conducting work in the State of Florida are required to provide workers’ compensation insurance for their employees. Specific employer coverage requirements are based on the type of industry, number of employees and entity organization. To determine coverage requirements for a specific employer, the following information is provided by the Bureau of Compliance.

Need assistance with North Carolina Workers Compensation? Contact us or call 1-866-864-5684.

  • Construction Industry – One (1) or more employees, ...
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North Carolina Workers Compensation Requirements

 

Employers’ Requirement to Carry Workers’ Compensation Insurance in North Carolina.

The North Carolina Workers’ Compensation Act requires that all businesses that employ three or more employees, including those operating as corporations, sole proprietorships, limited liability companies and partnerships, obtain workers’ compensation insurance or qualify as self-insured employers for purposes of paying workers’ compensation benefits to their employees.

Need assistance with North Carolina Workers Compensation? Contact us or call 1-866-864-5684.

Exceptions to this requirement include (a) employees of certain railroads; (b) casual employees, ...

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New York Corporate Workers Compensation

Created for New York Based Companies

New York Corporate Workers CompensationObtaining affordable New York Corporate Workers Compensation for low risk “white-collar” employees can be fairly easy. Simple Work Comp provides Workers Compensation for New York based business with 20 or more employees. Our white collar workers compensation programs are designed specifically for companies employing employees with low-risk job descriptions. Such coverage pertains to employees performing ...

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California Corporate Workers Compensation

Designed for California Based Businesses

California Corporate Workers CompensationSimple Work Comp specializes in providing California Corporate Workers Compensation for California based business with 20 or more employees. Our white collar workers compensation programs are designed specifically for companies employing employees with low-risk job descriptions. These positions are for employees performing professional, managerial and/or administrative tasks; tasks that are performed in an office environment. In addition ...

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Work Comp Quotes Online

We’re making it easier for small business owners.

Simple Work Comp is pleased too announce that we’ve made it easier than ever to get fast workers compensation for business owners. Our objective is to provide you with the fastest service and flexible payment options available in the industry.

We have more choices for you than any other provider, and we can have your business insured at the most competitive prices available.

Get your Workers Compensation Quotes Online!

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What is a PEO Broker?

What is a PEO Broker, and how can they help my business?

What is a PEO Broker? A PEO allows you to eliminate labor and non-profitable administrative costs and task, and reduce the amount of paperwork and time dedicated to managing the administrative side of your business. There are a little more than 700 PEO service providers in here in the US.

Who is a PEO Broker?

The term PEO Broker is coined from other industries mostly because PEOs have not initially ...

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National Labor Relations Board

The National Labor Relations Board (NLRB) on Thursday handed down one of its biggest decisions of President Obama’s tenure, ruling that companies can be held responsible for labor violations committed by their contractors

You can rightly complain about the things which go on inside the White House, the State Department, the Justice Department or the EPA and all of the headline grabbing controversies which erupt from them. None of them, however, may be up to nearly as much mischief as the ...

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All-In-One-Comp

Simple Cost Effective Worker’s Comp Coverage

“All-In-One-Comp” is the easiest and most affordable way to handle work comp, employee payroll, payroll taxes and compliance related issues.  All-In-One-Comp was designed specifically for small business owners.  There are no long-term contracts required.

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Benefits of All-In-One-Comp

  • No out of pocket start-up costs or down payments.
  • Your entire payroll is done for you including:
    • Payroll; taxes filed and paid ...
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Business Owners – Save Using PEO

Why use a PEO?

peo services, employee leasing, workers compensation insurance agents, brokersA PEO is an “All-In-One” service that provides workers’ comp insurance, payroll, benefits and numerous HR services to its clients. Usually, working with a PEO will not cost a business owner.  In fact, using a PEO helps business owners save time, stay organized, stay compliant and up-to-date on all employee related matters.

Business owners, especially in Florida have embraced the services ...

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