Introducing Work Comp Webinar Series

March 2017

Confused about the complexities of Workers' Compensation?

You're not alone! Even seasoned HR veterans and business owners have a hard time interpreting grey areas, keeping up with changing regulations, and managing their compensation plans. In this information-packed webinar series, you'll discover a wealth of strategies, insider tips, tools, and more to help you manage your entire workers' compensation plan more effectively. This will provide you with real-world, proven ideas, strategies, and techniques that other successful organizations are putting into practice right now.


Webinar Series: Taking Control of Your Workers' Compensation

The first webinar in our Work Comp webinar series will be held on Tuesday, August 6th, from 9:00-10:00 a.m. CST. This will be a live online webinar.   

Todd Anderson will be discussing Work Comp: Who's Really Footing the Bill?

To understand the business of workers' compensation, you have to begin in the trenches. This first webinar will get you on board with the basics to help you analyze your current program and discover problem areas that may be causing you to overspend.

We will discuss:

  • The true cost of risk
  • What's driving your premium?
  • Anatomy of a payroll audit
  • Making sense of your Experience Mod
  • Six programs that will reduce your claims and premium

During an in-depth analysis of a new client's past work comp policy, we found errors its previous agent had missed. Through this process, we secured a refund of more than $120,000 for the client. Interested to learn how? Join the webinar to find out! 


About Todd

Todd joined Peel and Holland in 2007. He opened his first business in Lexington, KY, in 1997 after graduating with a bachelor's degree from Murray State University that year. He brings more than 15 years of unique experience with metalworkers, manufacturers, non-profits and contractors, both in and out of the insurance marketplace, to our team. Todd has received extensive training in controlling work comp exposures, pollution-related risks and bonding. He is a Certified Work Comp Advisor and is currently pursuing the CPCU designation. Todd is on the board of directors of Project Aids Orphan and The Rotary Club of Paducah. He spends his free time with his wife and two children in Lone Oak and plays upright bass in several local bands. 


To register for the 9:00 a.m. webinar on August 6th:

Click Here to Register

Webinar ID:  134-446-459

You can use your computer's microphone and speakers (VoIP) or telephone to connect to the webinar.

Toll: +1 (626) 544-0058
Access Code: 241-806-975
Audio PIN: Shown after joining the webinar



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