After serving as Interim Chief for 9 months, Rex Blateri has been named Chief of Employer Services. He brings to the role nearly 30 years of workers’ compensation experience, starting his tenure at BWC in 1993 in the employer services division.
True-up online reporting
The True-up online report will be available onJuly 1, 2022. At the end of the policy year, we must ensure the estimated premium we set for you was correct. To do this, you must file a True-up report that reflects the actual payroll for that policy year. You must complete the report online using the Payroll True-up report service offering by August 15, 2022. If your True-up payroll exceeds the estimated payroll, you'll owe additional premium. If your True-up payroll is less than your estimated payroll, you'll receive a premium credit. An employer must submit a payroll True-up report even if it has zero payroll.
New Policy Year installments due
The first installment for the new policy year beginning July 1, 2022 was billed on May 27, 2022 and payment is due by June 21, 2022. Employers can earn a 2% Early Payment Discount by paying their full estimated premium by July 1, 2022. Employers cannot deduct the discount when they submit their payment. Additionally, please do not submit payment for the first installment until after you have received an invoice.
New BWC Board Member Governor Mike DeWine has appointed Terry Joyce of Cleveland to the BWC Board of Directors. Director Joyce is a member of the Investment and Actuarial committees and represents employee organizations. Private employer deadline for ISSP and PAR activities Private employers participating in the Industry-Specific Safety Program for the July 1, 2021 policy year must complete loss prevention activities by July 1, 2022. Private employers participating in the Policy Activity Rebate program for the July 1, 2021 policy year must complete their 11 credits and enter them in the PAR progress look-up by July 1, 2022.
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Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation Vision: To transform BWC into an agile organization driven by customer success. Mission: To deliver consistently excellent experiences for each BWC customer every day. Core Values: One Agency, Personal Connection, Innovative Leadership, Relentless Excellence.
Established in 1912, the Ohio Bureau of Workers’ Compensation is the exclusive provider of workers’ compensation insurance in Ohio, serving 249,000 public and private employers. With nearly 1,600 employees and assets of approximately $25 billion, BWC is one of the largest state-run insurance systems in the United States. For more, visit www.bwc.ohio.gov.