ECI Agency Inc Blog: workers compensation insurance
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Monday, October 14, 2019So, you think you need Oklahoma Work Comp. Workers compensation is insurance that pays for injuries an employee may suffer on the job. It will also pay for illnesses, disability, and deaths that may occur as a result of on the job activities. It can also provide defense coverage for the business if a lawsuit occurs from an employee due to said injury. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, December 18, 2018Workers' compensation insurance aims to help you cover the costs of employee injuries or disease. It is a fundamental type of business insurance from which most companies can benefit. In some instances, it can be hard to understand what the coverage is and how it works. There are a few key points to consider about this coverage. READ MORE >>
Friday, August 3, 2018It’s back! For some of you, being exempt in regards to Oklahoma Workers Compensation isn’t a big deal…but there’s a special group of people (here’s looking at you my lovely contractors and subcontractors) that this is going to be the best news that they hear all day! READ MORE >>
Thursday, October 30, 2014Last year was a HUGE year in our industry. You may or may not have seen it sprawled all over the paper or on the local news about the new legislation that would affect everyone and anyone with employees. You might have heard of the ‘Opt Out Program’ or as it’s also known, ‘The Oklahoma Option. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, March 12, 2014Employees who are injured, whether at work or elsewhere, may need to take time off to recover. Depending on the severity of injuries, returning to work may be a difficult readjustment. Creating a back to work program can be beneficial to both employees—who often wish to continue making posi... READ MORE >>
Friday, August 30, 2013People you employ to work in your home are called domestic employees. These employees can range from gardeners to maids to nannies to chefs (and many more). While it can be difficult to remember that someone who works in such close quarters with your family is an employee, it’s important to keep in mind that hiring someone to work in your house makes your house a place of business. READ MORE >>