America's Small Business Workers' Compensation Insurance

For over a century, we’ve been providing America’s small businesses with cost-effective workers’ compensation insurance. With our emphasis on financial stability and fast, efficient claims service, we now serve clients in 33 states. EMPLOYERS® remains focused on keeping America’s Main Street businesses not only working, but working safely.


Employers Holdings, Inc. Schedules Fourth Quarter and Full Year 2015

Employers Holdings, Inc. (NYSE:EIG), a Nevada-based company whose subsidiaries are specialty providers of workers’ compensation insurance focused on small businesses, will review the company’s fourth quarter READ MORE >>


Four Ways Businesses Can Control Workers’ Compensation Costs

Because every business has different needs, a workers’ compensation insurance carrier or agent can provide personalized guidance on how to maximize the value and control the costs associated with their READ MORE >>


Just a few reasons EMPLOYERS is right for your small business:

• One Product, One Focus—workers’ compensation insurance for America’s small businesses.
Competitive Pricing—premium discounts and policy dividends available.
Stability and Dependability—financially strong with more than 100 years of experience.
Cash Flow Assistance—flexible payment plans and low minimum premiums.
Fair and Efficient Claim Handling—three-point contact helps manage care and control cost.
Loss Control Support—online resources help you manage risk and prevent injuries.
Anti-Fraud Programs—our investigators have saved tens of millions of dollars.
Managed Care—working with healthcare providers to promote quality, cost-appropriate care.



Notice to Our Illinois Policyholders

After severe flooding, the Illinois Governor recently declared a number of counties to be disaster areas. To ensure that our affected Illinois policyholders do not suffer additional hardship, we have placed a moratorium on cancellations and non-renewals of policies issued within the disaster areas from December 29, 2015 through February 29, 2016. Read the full announcement.