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There’s nothing “temporary” about risk and exposure in the Staffing business. Liability extends beyond the four walls of your office all the way to a client’s job site. The problem is, many general and professional liability policies do not properly cover temporary staff at the client’s site.

INSURICA’s Staffing Experts

INSURICA understands the temporary staffing industry. Our Staffing Experts manage risk and develop products and services to specifically address staffing exposures. We have a pulse on the industry, understand present and long-term trends, and remain current on employment law that may impact risk exposure for our clients.

Our Staff Works For You

INSURICA’s Staffing Team members work hand in hand with you to understand the unique needs and risks your business faces. This in-depth understanding allows us to uncover often-unseen risks and opportunities that can dramatically lower your exposure and costs.

Put The Power Of An Entire Network Behind Your Team

Through INSURICA, you’ll have access to major carriers, providing a wide variety of staffing-specific coverages and services.

Staffing-Specific Coverages and Services

  • Workers’ Compensation

  • Employment Practices Liability

  • General Liability (Off Premises Coverage)

  • Hired and Non-Owned Auto

  • Errors and Omissions, Temporary and Permanent

  • Crime Bond (Employee Dishonesty)

  • Medical Professional

  • Directors and Officers

Resources

Our in-depth understanding of your business allows us to uncover often-unseen risks and opportunities that can dramatically lower your exposure and costs.  Quite literally, we dig deeper to help you identify your exposure and efficiently minimize your risks through proven loss prevention and loss reduction techniques.

Recruiting and retaining the best and brightest is critical to your long-term success. All too often, the difference between a “loyal career” and “just another job” comes down to employee benefits. But unfortunately, after payroll, employee benefits are the largest budget item for most businesses.

At INSURICA, our Employee Benefits Experts can help you develop and implement a benefits program designed to motivate your employees while minimizing your cost.

We are proud to be an Assurex Global Partner. Assurex Global is the world’s largest privately-held risk management and commercial insurance brokerage group. Due to Assurex Global’s worldwide Partnership, collaboration tools, and communications infrastructure, all Assurex Global Partners are capable of servicing your accounts across the globe with equal precision and localized service.

Claims

Claims

We define claims management a little differently. We view our role as “a partner in your company’s profitability.”

Loss Control

Loss Control

Loss control has become one of the most important elements of your business’s insurance
program.

Alternative Risk

Alternative Risk

Self-insurance, large deductible plans, captive insurance…Our programs are tailored to fit your specific needs.

Find Out More About Our Services and Capabilities

We are here to answer any questions you may have and look forward to hearing from you.

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Today’s insurance programs must take into account the unique challenges faced by each client. In addition to a strong coverage program, some businesses may need advanced services. INSURICA has the additional Client Services required by complex business operations.

Temporary vs. Permanent Staffing: How to Choose What Works Best for Your Organization

March 20th, 2020|Blog, News, Staffing|

When it comes to hiring a new employee, you can hire a temporary worker or a permanent employee. Which one should you choose? Each has their own benefits and while the pros vary from role to role there are some negatives that could lead you to select one type over the others. The main difference between a contract role and a permanent job is your own work “employment status” with the employer.

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