“Benefits 1 knows their business, thus making our job easier. I would recommend them to any company.”
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CEO Joseph Cannelongo states, "This latest recognition for our work in 2012 serves as welcome reminder that success runs deep and begins with the people who work with our clients day in and day out. We, like our clients, are employers, so it is integral to our practices that our staff is supported and surrounded by a positive environment in order to provide the same service to our clients."
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With the addition of six new staff members Benefits 1 Group has added over 154 years of experience in the workers compensation and unemployment benefits disciplines.
At AdvoCare Group, charitable support of various causes, like breast cancer research and the Forbes House shelter for battered women and children, is an extension of a working culture where employees are focused on assisting those in need.
There are a number of important deadlines for Ohio employers to remember over the next several months. We've compiled the critical ones for your quick reference.
The Drug Free Safety program is replacing the current Drug Free Workplace program, offering discounts of 4% (basic) or 7% (advanced) and no 5 year limit on enrollment.
It is very likely a new drug-free safety program will replace the existing Ohio Bureau of Workers Compensation’s (BWC) program by July 1, 2010.
The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has announced changes in the transition rules for the MIRA II reserving system.
On Friday, Oct. 30, 2009, the Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) Board of Directors voted to reduce the maximum discount for group-rated employers to 51 percent.
State funded private employers have until May 31st, 2009 to sign-up for the Ohio Bureau of Workers' Compensation's (BWC) new deductible program.
The Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation has moved forward in recent days with a series of rate reform actions that will render obsolete previous quotes to employers for the 2009 Group Rating Program.
In a surprising move, on January 23, 2009, the Bureau of Workers' Compensation (BWC) extended the 2009-10 group rating deadline from February 28, 2009 to April 24, 2009.
News developments have centered primarily on coming changes to the current group rating system as a result of a recent court ruling in Cuyahoga County.