Workers' Comp Executive
The California Labor Commissioner is warning employers doing business with American Labor Alliance (ALA), and its alter egos that those who think they have workers' comp coverage through the MEWA in fact do not have legal workers' comp coverage.
Read further for more details surrounding this MEWA program.
FEATURED PROGRAM SUCCESS:
Pride Risk Solutions, Inc.
Recent Successful Opportunity
Business Development Manager (BDM), Gerald Maffeo was able to coordinate solutions for the needs of this high-hazard workers' compensation client.
The Client: A CO Roofing Contractor experienced a catastrophic event that impacted their workers' comp premium to an unsustainable level.
The Situation: Faced with a difficult decision to make; either hire sub-contractors to complete their work or continue to pay unreasonable premiums with the CO state funded carrier. Hiring sub-contractors was not the option as it would have reduced the company's ability to control quality, allowed others to dictate the schedule and ultimately lose most control of the company's job sites.
The Solution: The Pride Risk program, program manager for SouthEast Personnel Leasing, was able to form a partnership and facilitate solutions by possessing the following:
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- Cost effective workers' comp premiums that were no longer available to the company in the standard market; avoidance of CO state funded carrier.
- Reduction of administrative burdens and time-consuming tasks; allowing the company to focus more on other aspects of the business.
- Direct line of communication with BDM; allowed the owner of the company to express any concerns or needs directly with the person handling their account.
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