In most cases, business owners are aware of the circumstances under which they are required to carry workers’ compensation, disability, and paid family leave benefits coverage. However, what about companies that do not need coverage, such as those that have just been established? When faced with such a scenario, owners have the option of submitting an attestation of exemption to the Workers’ Compensation Board. The attestation is a declaration that it is not needed to hold certain kinds of insurance policies owing to the nature of the firm, and this statement is included in the document.
It proves, if applicable, to state or local regulatory agencies that the corporation is not obligated to engage in these insurance systems. If the company does not offer workers’ compensation and/or disability and paid family leave benefits coverage for its employees, the owner of the company will not be subject to a penalty for failing to comply with the law.
Business are exempt from providing workers’ compensation and/or disability and paid family leave benefits coverage if:
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The application procedure may involve more effort for you, but it will be more beneficial to you in the long run and will help safeguard your future. If you are concerned about the paperwork or just do not know how to go about obtaining this Certificate of Attestation of Exemption, allow us to handle the procedure on your behalf; join our network or sign up for support, and the SupportCrewe agents who are assigned to your case will handle everything else.
At Support Crewe, we have the expertise and experience to ensure that the process runs smoothly and efficiently. We have helped many clients navigate through this process over the years and have built up a strong reputation as a dependable company with high standards of customer service. We also offer a wide range of services relating to administrative support, so if there is anything else we can do for you please let us know.