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Demystifying Workers' Compensation: Essential Insights and Key Considerations

Thu 12:00 PM to 1:00 PM

Understanding Ohio workers’ compensation may seem difficult, but it doesn’t have to be. Melony Bryant, BWC’s Minority & Small Business Advocate will discuss: • Workers’ compensation compliance, • Independent contractor vs employee, • Owner’s elective coverage, and • Cost saving programs and grants. You could save up to 53% of your workers’ compensation premiums with one program alone. Don’t miss this opportunity.

Speaker(s): Speaker: Melony Bryant BWC’s Minority & Small Business Melony Bryant joined the BWC in early 2014, as its Minority & Small Business Advocate. She functions as a liaison between the minority and small business community for BWC and has nearly 30 years of workers’ compensation experience. She started as a rate analyst. Melony then moved into the client relations department of BWC as an account executive where she developed a unique ability to actively listen to and address Ohio employers’ workers’ compensation concerns. As the Minority & Small Business Advocate, Melony assists minority and small businesses navigate through the Ohio workers’ compensation system. BWC and Melony are committed to assist this vast group of employers to grow and strive in Ohio’s economy.


Fee: No Cost

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