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Tips For Tracking, Monitoring, And Managing Your Workers' Comp Claims

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Webinar: ID# 1041898
Next Date: Live on 3/26/2024 from 2:00pm till 3:30pm EST or via On-Demand
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About This Course:
When an employee is injured at work, workers' compensation benefits are available to cover lost wages and medical costs related to the injury.

Whether those benefits spiral out of control or are properly managed depends on you - the workers' compensation administrator.

What You'll Learn:

Join us for a 90-minute audio conference when our expert reviews successful strategies for tracking, monitoring, and managing your workers' comp claims.

We'll review details on what needs managing, what relationships you need to develop, and what you need to do when a "high-risk" injury occurs.

You and/or your co-workers will also learn:

  • When injuries are and are not compensable under workers' compensation
  • Why you never deny a claim and what you need to do if the claim is not compensable
  • Why you need a relationship with your workers' comp carrier
  • The types of injuries that are "high-risk" - and why you need to be focused on them
  • What policies I need to have in place to support the program

Top FAQs

Workers Comp is an insurance that provides certain wage and other benefits to people who are injured or become ill at work. Coverage and benefits are mandated by each individual state and can vary according to the state in question.
Develop, maintain, and manage the organization's workers' comp program, including communicating with employees, managers, insurance carriers, medical providers, attorneys, and upper management, handling claims, the reporting requirements, medical-related issues, and fraud investigations.
Prompt reporting, quick action, managing care, and a return-to-work planning.
While many payroll-related regulations are federally-governed, there also are many state requirements, including those for handling garnishment, final paychecks, and unclaimed paychecks. Each state's requirements differ in the details, so be sure to check your state's requirements by clicking the applicable link(s) at the bottom of this page.
In addition to ensuring that employees are paid correctly and on time, "Payroll" has numerous time and reporting requirements. The primary payroll areas include paychecks, reporting, operations, and management.
Insurance Agents also should understand his or her applicable state's workers' comp rules and requirements, responsibilities of the organization, proper procedures for claims handling and return-to-work, and how to investigate claims of fraud.
What you need to track, when you need to track it, and why
In business since the mid-1990's, we have over 25 years of experience delivering high-quality training content via seminar, webinar, online, and other formats. Each of our courses are delivered by an industry expert who will share his or her years of experience to help you be in compliance, smarter, and more productive, and almost all offer SHRM and HRCI credits.
Payroll Administrators must be able to:
  • Properly "classify" workers
  • Apply the various exemptions
  • Calculate gross pay and properly make deductions
  • Correctly identify, pay, and withhold taxes for employees
  • Administer deferred compensation, cafeteria plan, sick pay, and other compensation
  • Handle stock options, expense reimbursements, relocation, and other "expenses"
  • Follow the proper policies, procedures, and documentation requirements for garnishments and levies
  • Properly complete and file all required reporting requirements
  • Correctly complete year-end requirements and establish year-beginning requirements
  • Implement and maintain fraud, audit, disaster recovery, and record retention processes and procedures
oss costs, loss cost multipliers, rates, experience modification factors, schedule credits, premium discounts, expense constant. Unravel the mystery and learn why some employers pay much more than others for the same coverage.
Payroll is much more than just handing out paychecks, and includes a variety of responsibilities such as handling garnishments, travel pay, multi-state taxation, unclaimed paychecks, and much more in a timely and accurate fashion.
Continuing Education Credits:

Click the 'Credits' tab above for information on PHR/SPHR, PDCs, and other CE credits offered by taking this course.
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Tips For Tracking, Monitoring, And Managing Your Workers' Comp Claims
Available Next Date: Live on 3/26/2024 from 2:00pm till 3:30pm EST or via On-Demand
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