Staffing Workers Comp

For staffing agencies, the topic of workers’ compensation is important to their overall profitability and success in the industry. There may be many different challenges that present themselves when it comes to staffing workers’ compensation and finding the right solutions can be difficult. Even for experienced staffing agency owners, this can be overwhelming.  Workers’ comp …

Common Staffing Workers Comp Questions AnsweredRead More »

Reduce Workers' Comp Costs for Staffing Firms

Running a staffing agency comes with many different costs and having workers’ compensation insurance may be one of the biggest costs overall. But even if a staffing agency may be tempted to cut some features in order to save money, workers’ comp shouldn’t be one of them. How to Reduce Workers’ Comp Costs in the …

Reducing Workers’ Comp Costs for Staffing FirmsRead More »

Staffing Firm for Sale in Florida or South Carolina

We at Monarch Partners Group hope this note finds you and yours healthy and safe. We wanted to put a word out there to any/all involved in the staffing place that MPG is seeking a smaller staffing firm for sale to acquire in or close to zip codes 33434 in FL and 29063 in SC…all ideas …

MPG Looking For Small Staffing Firms to Purchase/or Starting an In-House Staffing AgencyRead More »

Staffing Programs Review Ideas

The COVID-19 outbreak has completely changed the way we live, socialize, and work. Businesses have had to close and either furlough or layoff employees and employees who have continued to work have had to get used to working from home. While it may be a while before things get back up and running and we …

Why Staffing Programs Are Important to Review Before We Get Back to WorkRead More »

COVID-19 Business Economic Relief

In response to the COVID-19 outbreak that has shuttered businesses and kept consumers indoors, President Trump recently signed into law an extensive $2 trillion emergency economic relief package that includes direct cash payments and unemployment benefits for those across the United States. But how does this affect American businesses looking to keep their lights on and staff …

Business Economic Relief & COVID-19Read More »

What is Classified as Workplace Injury

When an employee becomes ill or injured, a workers’ compensation claim is to be expected. But does that mean that their illness or workplace injury was caused by something related to their work? Not necessarily. Before a company foots the bill, it’s important to investigate what happened in order to avoid costly fees and a …

Workplace Injury or Illness: Is it Covered?Read More »

Workers' Compensation Fraud

Every year, billions of dollars are illegally claimed by those who take advantage of workers’ compensation fraud. According to the National Insurance Crime Bureau, more than $5 billion is taken by people who either fake an injury or exaggerate one in order to get a break on their insurance and money in their pocket. And …

Signs of Workers’ Compensation Claims FraudRead More »

Temporary Worker

Nearly three million workers in the United States are considered to be temporary workers, making up more than 10 percent of the national workforce. What’s more, with the rise of the gig economy, more than one-third of the total workforce is involved in at least part-time gig work, such as freelance writing or full-time photography, …

When Temporary Workers are Injured, Who is Liable?Read More »

PEO

On a state-by-state basis, small- and medium-sized employers are required to have some level of workers’ compensation insurance. But getting that coverage can be challenging or confusing. That’s why outsourcing all workers’ compensation to a professional employer organization, or PEO, is touted as a comprehensive, problem-solving solution that also mixes in human resources services, payroll, …

Workers’ Compensation and PEOsRead More »