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eNewsletter | December 2016

 

Pride Risk Announcement:
New York Artisan Contractor Program

New York Artisan Contractor Program
Pride Risk Solutions, Inc.

Pride Risk Solutions is excited to announce a new workers' compensation coverage program alternative, distributed by SouthEast Personnel Leasing, Inc., specifically for artisan contractors in the state of New York.

Learn more about this program.


FL NEWS:
Court Rules Florida Workers' Comp Rate Hike to Remain, For Now

Court Rules Florida Workers’ Comp Rate Hike to Remain, For Now
Insurance Journal

Florida's rate increase will remain in effect while the appeals court reviews the legal challenges against National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) and the Florida Office of Insurance Regulation (OIR).

Read more about the appeal and why NCCI and OIR have filed motions.


NY NEWS:
New York City Breaks New Ground with Law Regulating Contracts with Freelance Workers

New York City Breaks New Ground with Law Regulating Contracts with Freelance Workers
Lexology

New York City enacted the first major law nationwide to establish and protect independent contractors or "freelance workers". It's also the first legislation of its kind to extend payment protections, of which impose penalties for violations.

This article summarizes key provisions of the Freelance Isn't Free Act.


OTHER NEWS:
Workers' Comp Trends to Keep an Eye On in 2017

Property Casualty 360

Workers’ Comp Trends to Keep an Eye On in 2017
Challenges continue for brokers on how they can help clients contain costs. Strategies continue to evolve to decrease risk and moderate premiums in workers' compensation.

See the opportunity's brokers have to assist businesses find ways to keep premiums in check.


Fatal Injuries Increase Among Contracted Workers in US

Fatal Injuries Increase Among Contracted Workers in US
Staffing Industry Analysts

According to the recent report by the US Bureau of Labor Statistics, more contracted workers died on the job in 2015 than 2014.

Get the full report and further details here.


A Rule Too Far?

Risk & Insurance

A Rule Too Far?
The most recent revision to OSHA's reporting and recordkeeping rule may turn certain safety practices into regulatory violations. Several organizations have challenged this rule in court and its left many employers questioning what steps to take.

Find out how the new rule is impacting employers.


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