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Why EMPLOYERS® Emphasizes Good Customer Experience

Why EMPLOYERS® Emphasizes Good Customer Experience

We highlight our Customer Service Center. We’ll show you how our team is passionate about customer service and continually thrives to enhance the customer experience.

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Q&A: What Is The Business Owners Role In Scheduling Workers’ Compensation Doctors’ Appointments?

Q&A: What Is The Business Owners Role In Scheduling Workers’ Compensation Doctors’ Appointments?

When employees get injured on the job, small business owners should be aware of their rights and responsibilities while also respecting injured workers’ rights. Here you’ll find some common questions regarding workers’ compensation doctors’ appointments.

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We’re a Proud Sponsor of Kids’ Chance of Nevada and Kids’ Chance of America

We’re a Proud Sponsor of Kids’ Chance of Nevada and Kids’ Chance of America

EMPLOYERS Cares, and Social Media Manager, Adam Varahachaikol, highlights why we are a proud sponsor of Kids’ Chance of Nevada and Kids’ Chance of America.

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Website Tech Tips Every Small Business Owner Should Know

Website Tech Tips Every Small Business Owner Should Know

As a small business owner, you have plenty of things to focus on and worry about that technology changes online should not be a major interference. We compiled our top tips for building and maintaining a website that helps drive business.

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How Your Small Business Can Use Loyalty Programs to Retain Customers

How Your Small Business Can Use Loyalty Programs to Retain Customers

Offering a loyalty program to your customers is a great way to increase retention and help increase sales. Learn how to use these programs to your advantage and which ones are right for your business.

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Tips to Help Avoid Unexpected Workers’ Compensation Premium Costs and Changes to Coverage

Tips to Help Avoid Unexpected Workers’ Compensation Premium Costs and Changes to Coverage

At the end of a policy term when a premium audit is conducted, any unreported changes to staff, operations and job classifications can lead to unexpected changes in premiums and coverage. Read some top tips to avoid these unexpected changes and stay on top of your coverage.

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Creating an Injury Risk Management Plan for Your Restaurant

Creating an Injury Risk Management Plan for Your Restaurant

It is extremely important for restaurants to employ risk management plans in the event something goes wrong in the workplace. There is an increased chance a restaurant will experience an injury so it is extremely important restaurant owners are ready when the time comes.

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5 Actionable Tips For Running A Successful Small Business

5 Actionable Tips For Running A Successful Small Business

Starting a small business is a difficult endeavor, but keeping it is an even bigger challenge. These five tips will help ensure that your business doesn’t just stay alive but thrives.

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Reducing Workers Compensation Costs With Healthier Employees

Reducing Workers Compensation Costs With Healthier Employees

Healthy employees are better for business by reducing risks of chronic diseases and helping to increase productivity. Business owners have started to realize the connection between workplace health and their workers’ compensation insurance costs. While smaller companies don’t have the same kinds of tools or data-sets as large companies, they can take steps to improve workplace health and reduce their workers’ compensation insurance costs.

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How Small Businesses Can Control Workers’ Compensation Claim Costs

How Small Businesses Can Control Workers’ Compensation Claim Costs

Workers’ compensation insurance is a strategic investment for businesses that helps protects their employees. There are many ways business owners can manage the investment and control claims costs through the reduction of workplace risks.

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For Agents: Commit To Your Strategies

For Agents: Commit To Your Strategies

This article is for workers’ compensation insurance agents and explains best practices for selling the insurance from a strategy standpoint.

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EMPLOYERS Minute – 11/14/2018

EMPLOYERS Minute – 11/14/2018

In this edition of #EMPLOYERSMinute, we’ll take you on a quick tour of our new and improved Appetite Checker that’ll help agents quickly identify eligible classes of business and start a quote. Also, learn why our Injured Employee Hotline is an important tool for policyholders and injured workers.

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