Assurance University Webinar Explains Proposed NCCI Changes
Schaumburg, IL (June 21, 2012) – The National Council on Compensation Insurance (NCCI) recently announced its plan to modify how a company’s Experience Modification Rating (EMR) is calculated. Because the calculation is key in determining how much a company will pay for their Workers’ Compensation insurance, Assurance University will be hosting a new webinar educating attendees on the proposed change and how it could lead to a significant increase or decrease in workers’ compensation premiums for organizations nationwide.
The webinar titled “New NCCI Split Point Changes to Impact Your Workers’ Compensation Costs” will be held Tuesday, July 10 from 11:30 a.m. – 12:30 p.m. CT.
During the webinar, Assurance’s Carrier Liaison – Jake Guimond – will explain the split point rating system used by the NCCI and how the calculation will be adjusted in 2013. He will also dive into why the NCCI has proposed a change to the EMR and which states have already approved it for next year. Attendees will leave the webinar with an understanding of the potential impact this new rating system could have on their workers’ compensation premiums and tips on how to minimize or prepare for a potential negative impact due to the change.
For more information or to register for the webinar, visit www.assuranceagency.com/university or call Assurance at 847-463-7872.
This webinar is sponsored in part by Assurance’s Esteemed level business partners: AMWins, Blue Cross Blue Shield of Illinois, Chartis Insurance, CAN, CRC Insurance Services, Inc., Crump Insurance Services, Inc., The Hanover Insurance Group, The Hartford, Philadelphia Insurance Group, RT Speciality, SeaBright Insurance Company, Travelers, West Bend, Westfield Insurance and Westrope. This webinar is also sponsored in part by Assurance’s Visionary level business partners: Allstate, CHC Wellness, HealthCap, Harleysville, Highland Risk Services, Meltzer, Purtill & Stelle LLC, Slavin & Slavin, SmithAmundsen, XL Insurance, and Zurich.