We thrive on a culture of Creativity & Innovation

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

We thrive on a culture of Creativity & Innovation2019-10-10T18:43:14-07:00

2020 will see an increase to Disability Rates.

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

2020 will see an increase to Disability Rates.2019-10-10T18:24:11-07:00

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

Southern California has the most Work Comp Attorneys (per capita) in the nation – be prepared to defend yourself.2019-10-10T18:18:06-07:00

Legislation moving towards 1099 drivers becoming W-2 Employees.

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.

Legislation moving towards 1099 drivers becoming W-2 Employees.2019-10-10T17:59:49-07:00

Accommodating Pregnant Employees

Let’s imagine a situation. Wendy, who’s been on the job for only four months, informs her employer that she’s pregnant. She requests light duty and asks if temporary leave is an option. Instead of accommodating Wendy, the employer terminates her employment, explaining to her that her employment is at-will and that they don’t have

Accommodating Pregnant Employees2017-07-07T15:16:03-07:00

“Shed”-ing Light on Your BOP Coverage

When it comes to insurance, you never stop learning. Even the most grizzled vets don't know everything. Here at Whiteboard, it's our firm belief that continued education is imperative if we want to stay effective at our jobs, relevant to our clients, and innovative in our industry (Oh... and also it's mandatory if we want

“Shed”-ing Light on Your BOP Coverage2017-07-03T15:41:50-07:00

The Hottest Benefit of 2017?

Businesses looking to attract new employees must distinguish themselves from the competition, especially if they’re unable to pay salaries above the market value. Creative benefits often do the trick, particularly if they address specific needs. With more and more college graduates entering the workforce and more and more of them graduating with substantial debt,

The Hottest Benefit of 2017?2017-06-26T08:22:12-07:00

Sold Out

by John Tillery - Managing Partner   What are the adjectives that comes to mind when you hear the word “sales” or “salesperson”? I might be going out on a limb here, but I’d imagine there would be some very colorful language in describing this universally loathed occupation. The big question is: Why do most

Sold Out2017-05-29T14:04:29-07:00