How To Lower Your Experience Modifier Rate
Lowering your Experience Modification Rate is a long process that starts with a safety plan, actionable steps to improve safety, and training to ensure that employees are safe on the job. You will need to set realistic goals and work tirelessly alongside employees and managers to lower the frequency and severity of injuries. Contractors have…Read More
What Is An Experience Modifier Rate (EMR)?
An EMR or experience modification rating (also called a XMOD rating or factor) is used to price workers’ compensation insurance premiums. Think of it like your credit score or car driving history, where third parties consider your history as an indication of future risk. In construction, insurance companies use an organization’s EMR to gauge the…Read More
How is Your Workers’ Comp Rate Calculated?
Whether you are a small, medium or large-size company, one of the most basic costs of doing business is insuring your employees against injury on the job. Almost every business in the U.S. that has employees is required to have a workers’ compensation insurance policy. How are workers’ comp premiums calculated? Workers’ comp insurance premiums…Read More
IN: How Does My Experience Mod Affect My Premiums?
Dear Valued Customer, Workers’ Compensation insurance is available in all 50 states, and a legal requirement in 49 of them, with Texas being the exception. Workers’ Compensation insurance provides wage replacement and medical benefits to employees injured on the job. A Workers’ Comp premium can also become one of the highest costs on your company’s…Read More