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Follow these simple questions to better understand if the person who works for you is an employee or independent contractor and what that means for your workers' comp.
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If you run a business in Colorado and have employees, you must have Colorado workers' compensation insurance. Let us guide you through everything you need know about Colorado workers' comp.
Workers' comp insurance protects your team in the event of a workplace injury. But you might not understand how your insurer calculates your workers' comp premiums or how changes in payroll impact them.
Don't fall into the trap of looking for a workers' comp ghost policy. It leaves your business open to risk and doesn't provide the coverage you may legally need.
Someone gets hurt at work, but it doesn't seem like a major injury. See why it's always best to document and report situations like this.
Even if you have just one employee, you want to make sure you're meeting Colorado workers' comp requirements.
For many business owners, Colorado workers' compensation insurance is a tricky subject. Learn what you need to know here.
WIth these 7 steps, you can dramatically reduce or even avoid these injuries in your office.
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Follow these easy steps to double check everything is good to go at the end of your Colorado workers' comp policy period.