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This is the home of the Workers Compensation Insurance Organizations' website. The intent of this site is to provide a means to distribute information about and ...

Workers Compensation Associations & Organizations

Mar 12, 2008 ... Listing of Workers Compensation related Association, Organization, Commission, Bureau, Council, Coalition, Foundation, Federation, etc links, ...

Professional Employer Organizations and the Workers ... - NCCI

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Association of Workers' Compensation Professionals

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Alabama Workers' Compensation Organization

The spring conference brochure is ready, please join us for great education and networking. Exhibitor and sponsorship opportunities available!!! We are offering ...

Workers' Compensation Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO)

Workers' Compensation Preferred Provider Organizations (PPO). Dear Administrator: Chapter 635 of the Laws of 1996 authorized a number of initiatives  ...

Professional Employer Organizations (PEOs) In Workers ...

Oct 17, 2013 ... by Rebecca Shafer, J.D. Professional Employer Organization (PEO) is a ... PEO Uses Economies of Scale To Obtain Workers Compensation.

Workers' Compensation Managed Care Organizations

A Workers' Compensation Managed Care Organization (WCMCO) is any entity that manages the utilization of care and costs associated with claims covered by  ...

PWC.org › Welcome

Professionals in Workers' Compensation (PWC) is a progressive organization of professionals from many fields and disciplines that play an integral role in ...

Coventry Workers' Comp Services: Managed Care Organizations

Managed Care Organizations. Many States have enacted legislation for workers' compensation to offer a certifiable managed care program designed to more ...

Workers Injury Law & Advocacy Group: Welcome

The lifeblood of any organization is its membership. ... Given the potential “death spiral” of workers' compensation systems sweeping our nation, and the ...

Workers Compensation Organizations


If you own a company in the workers compensation industry, you would do well to partner with workers compensation associations to strengthen your business expertise and credibility. Industry organizations bring together professionals with similar goals and challenges. Members of industry organizations come from all company divisions, but all share the same objective of expanding their knowledge.

Becoming a member of the right organization opens the door to a wealth of expertise. You will be exposed to many networking opportunities, information and resources. Additionally, workers comp councils may also provide invaluable services that include new products, education opportunities and industry support. When looking for membership with a local workers comp organization, remember the following:

1. Make sure the association you're interested in is credible. Check Better Business Bureau or other industry accreditations.

2. Most organizations charge fees for memberships, so make sure you’re getting your money’s worth before you pay.

3. Many workers compensation groups don’t stipulate membership for certification.

Become a member of an accredited workers compensation assn

Although many organizations offer information, tools and resources to non-members, you can benefit substantially from becoming a member. Membership opens the door to additional services, products and representation. Register as a business rather than as just an individual, if possible, so your employees can benefit from the membership.

Join workers comp associations that offer a full schedule of events and conferences

Events and conferences are a boon to any business. They give you an opportunity to network and share issues with industry peers. More importantly, they give your company exposure within the industry, and provide you an opportunity to further your relationships with other businesses. Try and pick organizations with nationally-recognized events.

Take advantage of industry training and certification opportunities provided by work comp associatio

Progress stops for no one, and you need to advance as a professional by keeping your industry skills sharp and current. Take advantage of educational programs and tools offered by workers compensation organizations to assist you and your employees in knowledge development and career advancement. Many organizations offer information on upcoming seminars, conferences, business development courses and other industry-related programs, in addition to industry certifications.
  • If you're considering a compensation organization for its online resources, look for one with an active forum where you can discuss issues with industry experts in real time.