Salem, OR—Oregon employers will see a key portion of their workers’ compensation costs drop by an average 6.6 percent in 2017, the Department of Consumer and Business Services (DCBS) announced today. This marks the fourth year in a row – and eighth year in the past decade – that businesses will experience an average decrease in the “pure premium.”
The average decrease in pure premium – the portion of the premium employers pay insurers to cover claims costs for job-related injuries and deaths – is part of a mixture of rate changes designed to invest in workplace safety and health… Read more »
Employers who insure with SAIF may be eligible for two dividends this year: one based on premium, and another tied to safety performance.
September 14, 2016
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When it comes to workers’ compensation, safety pays the best dividends. The reason is simple—costs remain low because accidents and injuries are avoided in the first place.
To underscore this point, the SAIF Board of Directors today declared two dividends for customers: a $120 million primary dividend to be paid to all eligible policyholders based on their premium, and a new, $20 million safety performance dividend to be… Read more »
Premier NW Insurance is growing and we are looking to add an experienced Account Executive to our Commercial Lines team in our Salem branch office. We are an independent agency with a strong emphasis on customer service. We value our clients and our staff and have long-term relationships with both. We are not a large downtown shop. We are a team of down-to-earth individuals who enjoy making a difference for our clients.
DUTIES OF THE POSITION:
- Processing carrier paperwork including endorsements, renewals, cancellations
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