How to File the DWC-3SD Wage Statements for ISDs
When: Wednesday, February 7, 10-11 a.m.
Description: Independent School Districts are unique in being the only employer in Texas with a unique wage statement. It’s a frustrating form with confusing instructions, and chances are pretty good you are doing it incorrectly. Learn the difference between wages earned and wages paid and why the DWC 3SD is returned so often for corrections. We’ll cover why and when the form is needed and how to properly complete it.
This class is not appropriate for anyone completing workers' compensation wage statements for anyone other than an Independent School District.
Presenter: Workers' Compensation Program Consultant Laura Romaine, TASB Risk Management Services
Suggested Audience: Adjusters, HR personnel, payroll and benefits specialists, risk managers, superintendents, or anyone tasked with the responsibility of filing Workers’ Compensation forms at an Independent School District.