• Sometimes all your business needs is a little nudge in the right direction. We can help you make the next push to success. Read More
  • Business today is competitive. Your people determine the success of your company. Are they with you for the long run?  Read More
  • It's what you don't know that wastes time and money...We have the knowledge you need to conserve your most precious resources.  Read More
  • Workers’ Comp for her business is outrageous…..but today is her lucky day.  Read More
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HR Comp Earns Certification

HR Comp recently received its Workers’ Compensation Risk Management Best Practices Certification from the Certification Institute (CI).

As a professional employer organization (PEO), HR Comp provides human resource solutions by managing employee benefits, human resources, and payroll and workers ‘compensation services. This service allows its PEO client business owners to focus on their core competencies to maintain and grow their bottom line.

 

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What do an open road, a driver, and four steel doors have in common?

Nothing…….. without the wheel.

You can harbor the vision to see the potential; You can embody all the talent it takes to make it happen; You may even offer the tangible product that can go the distance, but without the critical wheel to maneuver, avoid potholes and dodge potential travel hazards your business may not be performing to speed against the competition.  You’re the driver; we simply allow you to steer your company safely and on time to its potential destination. Do you need HRComp to lend your business a “wheel” of success? Take our 60 second quiz and find out. 

  1. Tired of dealing with work comp renewals, down payments, audits and claims?
  2. Sick of payroll, employer matching taxes, and employee liabilities?
  3. Concerned about HR claims, law suits and government regulations?
  4. Want bigger and better benefits for less than you're paying now?
  5. Would you like to simplify your life and focus on making money?
  6. Could your business benefit from improved cash flow and HR systems?
  7. Is your Workers Compensation Insurance Experience Modifier (Mod) over 1.0?
  8. Are Your Annual Gross Wages over $750,000?
  9. Is Your State Unemployment Insurance Rate (SUTA) over 2.7?
  10. Do You Currently Outsource Your Payroll?

If you answered yes to any of these questions, a PEO can help you. Contact us today to find out how.

Top 10 Mistakes Entrepeneurs Make

1. Trying to Do It All

The greatest mistake entrepreneurs make is to believe they can do it all by themselves. While an entrepreneur can do almost everything, they do almost everything poorly. Just like any other person, an entrepreneur has one or two natural talents. As an entrepreneur, it is your job to identify those talents and focus on them to your fullest. Surround yourself with people who are strong where your talents are weakest. Great companies are built on the foundation of exploiting a few strengths, not on trying to be masters of everything.

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Social Media Policies and Protected Activity

Michael Houbre, HRComp Staff Attorney

This may not be a topic that immediately jumps out as being an important one, but for legal and practical reasons, it is crucial for all employers to implement a social media policy. This area encompasses several different aspects of social media use, so it is essential even if employees do not have access to social media at the workplace. 

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Modified Duty Insight

Modified duty assignments may be either an altered version of the employee’s current work tasks or a completely unrelated task. Many employers are resistant to establishing modified duty programs having the thought that those programs were considered to be comprised of effortless lesser-valued tasks.

In fact, modified duty is simply temporarily modifying a job or an employees’ task until recovery from a job related injury has been achieved. Very few employers state that they cannot modify any of their jobs. Workers’ compensation insurance is a significant expense for employers.

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