Tag: Tennessee Workers Compensation laws

Workers Compensation Insurance – Does Yours Meet The Bar?

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Workers Compensation Insurance Restaurants and Bars

Are you familiar with the French word “couvrir?” In English, we say “cover.” In the restaurant and bar business, the entire staff, owner and/or manager to bus person, understands the phrase “cover” to indicate an “individual diner or the entire meal served to an individual diner.” At any given point in a restaurant or bar shift the number of covers is being tallied. In turn, this number is tracked month…

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It’s the Law

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photo credit: CJ Sorg  In Tennessee employers who have five or more employees (full or part-time); as well as employers with any employees or corporate officers in construction or mining industry must have Workers’ Compensation. This is determined by a state-by-state basis, so the laws may vary with each state. For instance, in different states, an employer could potentially be arrestedfor not being able to provide proof of coverage. However, in Tennessee, the…

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