We understand that the premium audit process can be complex for your client. EMPLOYERS’ seasoned and knowledgeable in-house premium audit staff is available to answer your client's premium audit questions and help them navigate the myriad of workers’ compensation classifications to assist them in accurately classifying their employees. In addition, we’ve revamped our worksheets, audit services and audit processes to make them easier to use and complete.
We are confident your client will find our simplified process to be fast and convenient.
Types of EMPLOYERS Premium Audits
EMPLOYERS offers four convenient audit types. The type of audit your client receives usually depends on: 1) the size of the policy, 2) the industry in which they operate, and 3) the location(s) of their business.
- Mail Audit – Your client will receive a two-page report form to complete and return to EMPLOYERS through the mail, e-mail, or fax. Please inform your client to return the document within 15 calendar days.
- Telephone Audit – Your client will receive a two-page audit form to complete and return to EMPLOYERS. Then, a representative from the Premium Audit Department will call to discuss the payroll and business operations. Please inform your client that this two-page document will need to be returned within 15 calendar days.
- Remote Physical Audit – Your client will receive a letter requesting payroll records for the company (this would include documents such as: 941's, State Unemployment Forms, and a Payroll Journal). Once your client has sent the requested documents to EMPLOYERS, a representative from the Premium Audit Department will call to discuss the payroll information and business operations.
- On-Site Physical Audit – One of our Premium Auditors will contact your client to schedule an appointment to visit the business location(s) to conduct the audit.