WCIRB Disappoints on Telecommuter Rate

The Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau’s Governing Committee approved a filing creating a new 8871 classification — for clerical employees who work remotely. Still, its staff effectively side-stepped a call from employers, and Workers’ Comp Executive, to have a lower rate apply now to the new classification. WCIRB is proceeding with plans to have the … Read More »

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WCIRB Violates Open-Access Agreement with Department

Newly discovered documents obtained by Workers’ Comp Executive reveal that the Workers’ Compensation Insurance Rating Bureau (WCIRB) is violating both the letter and spirit of the agreement it signed with the California Department of Insurance 16 years ago. WCIRB continues to violate the agreement by denying the public, employers, the Legislature, the executive and regulatory … Read More »

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