If I have a supervisor who visits the project once a month, does his payroll need to be reported under the wrap-up? -Gordon, Bridgeport, CT
Gordon, typically, the payroll reported under the wrap-up should be limited to those employees that are dedicated to the job-site. Because the supervisors primary duties do not include working at the job site they are often excluded from wrap-up coverage thus would remain under your company’s own Workers’ Compensation policy. However, each state, carrier and administrator is different so I would recommend that you check your state’s insurance regulations, speak with your insurance broker, and review the project’s wrap-up procedures manual for more information on your particular program.
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