Hot Off The Press – New Workers’ Compensation Report

WorkersCompPg1Workers’ Compensation rates vary dramatically according to a special 11-page report just-released by QP Consulting, Inc. However, contrary to popular opinion, owners still have options, to control or even lower annual premiums.

The new industry report includes a number of charts and graphs, including a special table detailing 35 states and the most common codes and NCCI rates per $100 for the four major classifications available in the printing industry – Clerical, Sales, Printing and Delivery. 

Our Latest Publication allows printers to check a special table and compare how employees working for other printers in their own state are being classified, as well as the range of rates being paid.

More than 150 firms participated in our recent survey, providing classification rates for more than 510 employees.


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Key Topics Covered in Report – Here are some of the issues addressed in this brand-new report:

  • Explanation of NCCI classification process
  • Key web sites for checking NCCI codes
  • Workers’ comp indices by state
  • Codes & rates cited in 35 states
  • Six myths about workers’ comp dispelled
  • Should owners exempt themselves?
  • Importance in checking your “Evidence of Coverage”
  • Success rate for owners who appeal classifications

List of Participating States –  Printers from the following 35 states provided data and participated in our special survey:
CA, CO, FL, GA, HI, IL, IN, KS*, KY*, LA, MA, MD, ME*, MI, MN, MO, MS, MT*, NC, NE, NH,NJ, NM, NY, OH, OR, PA, RI*, SC*, TN, TX, VA, WA*, WI, and WV. Note that “*” indicates four or less firms reporting for that state.

Copies Mailed to Participating firms – Copies of the new report have been mailed to all participating firms on June 3, 2016. Firms wishing to purchase this information-packed report (Priced at $42.95) can place their order by visiting our Bookstore. All publication orders are processed same day as received and sold on a 100% money-back guarantee.

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