Building an effective strategy for changing the way workers’ compensation insurance works did not happen overnight, by only one person, in a dingy basement. At Whiteboard, we foster a lively, young, open, supportive company culture that has helped build the very foundation we stand on today. Without the innovative thinking of the Founding Partners
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The California Division of Workers’ Compensation has announced that the 2020 minimum and maximum temporary total disability rates will increase on Jan. 1, 2020. Under Labor Code, workers with a date of injury on or after Jan. 1, 2003 who are receiving life pension or permanent total disability benefits are also entitled to have
Southern California has the most Work Comp Attorneys (per capita) in the nation – be prepared to defend yourself.
Ads & Articles like this are everywhere. Attorneys on the prowl to "aid" employees after an injury at work. Whether you've dealt with Fraud, Litigation, or ongoing/excessive claims - you need someone on your side, because the state of California is on the side of the Employee. We've partnered with Albert & Mackenzie law
It's not uncommon for carriers to pay a dividend out to policyholders who "demonstrate a commitment to safety". Prove your commitment to safety by maintaining a low X Mod.
AB5 will drastically change the amount of employees you need to include in your payroll and Work Comp (vs using independent contractors). Stay tuned for the latest information on the progress of this legislation.
While Uber and Lyft are the two in the spotlight, changes in the laws could limit truckers from being contractors as well. If they become classified as employees, they'll now require to be included in the Worker's Comp - and it will only be that more important that you maintain a low X Mod.
When completing performance reviews, psychologists and researchers alike agree that managers naturally exhibit bias in the ratings. To be fair and objective, a performance evaluation must be based on the employee’s job-related behavior, not on the employee’s personal traits, work situation or other factors unrelated to employee performance. While subjectivity and partiality will never
The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) applies to a lot of organizations—all public employers and any private employer with 15 or more employees. Nevertheless, there’s a lot of confusion about what the law requires and what its terms entail. A big reason for this confusion is the language of the law itself; the ADA
Although workplace bullying may be a new concern for some employers, others are all too familiar with its perils. Before we discuss facts of bullying, let’s look at its role in the workplace today. While bullying is not only a company culture issue, it is also a major liability concern for employers. Several states
Coming up with your company values may have taken several hours of thought, reflection, and discussion. This effort will have been wasted, though, if you stop there and fail to institute these values. So, how do bring your values into the day-to-day operations of your organization? How do you embody them and not just