Florida employers may be paying less for workers’ compensation insurance next year. The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) is recommending an average 15.1 percent rate level decrease in Florida’s voluntary workers’ compensation market for 2024.
The Florida Division of Workers’ Compensation recently finalized amendments to various administrative rules, including those governing employer penalties and exemption procedures.
OSHA Update: More employers will be required to electronically report injury & illness data under new final rule
The Occupational Safety and Health Administration recently published a final rule that creates a new injury and illness reporting requirement for employers operating in certain industries. As of January 1, 2024, establishments with 100 or more employees operating in designated high-hazard industries must electronically submit injury and illness information to OSHA once a year.
Numerous changes were recently made to Florida’s mandatory milestone inspection requirement for condominium associations.
Employers and HR managers need to know that fraudulent funds transfer (FFT) is quietly becoming a leading driver of organizational cyber loss.
Attention HR managers and COBRA administrators! On April 10, 2023, House Joint Resolution 7 was signed into law, ending the national emergency declared back in March 2020 due to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Florida’s recently enacted tort reform bill includes a new law to help condominium associations defend against negligent security premises liability claims
What happens if an employee is injured while attending a company-sponsored event? Is the injury covered under their employer’s workers’ compensation policy? Well, that depends.
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