How to File the DWC 3 Wage Statements for Community Colleges and other Educational Entities
When: Wednesday, February 7, 1-2 p.m.
Description: Learn how to tackle one of the most frustrating and confusing state required workers’ compensation forms. The DWC 3 Wage Statement for Employers determines the rate an Employee receives in workers’ compensation benefits, so it’s important to ensure it’s done properly. Learn why and when the form is needed; how to do it correctly; and most importantly, how to avoid the dreaded adjuster “returned for corrections.” This class is not appropriate for anyone completing wage statements for Independent School Districts.
Presenter: Workers' Compensation Program Consultant Laura Romaine, TASB Risk Management Services
Suggested Audience: HR personnel, payroll and benefits specialists, risk managers, superintendent, or anyone tasked with the responsibility of filing Workers’ Compensation forms at community colleges and other educational entities (not Independent School Districts)