Tag Archives: workers’ compensation

Lowering PEO Workers’ Comp Costs

by Frank Huang | October 6, 2020 Learn more about how to lower workers’ compensation insurance costs in a professional employer organization (PEO).   Frank Huang has more than 15 years of actuarial consulting experience serving a wide range of clients, including serving as ADP’s Chief Actuary.  Learn more about our PEO consulting practice here.

Intriguing Details of PEO Industry’s Largest Public Firms

by Frank Huang | February 18, 2019 Because people have more interesting ways to spend their time than to pour over financial statements, I have taken it upon myself to do just that. Below are some interesting observations after looking at annual reports from the largest publicly-traded PEOs. Risk Factors Though rarely brimming with quantitative … Continue reading Intriguing Details of PEO Industry’s Largest Public Firms »

PEO Pricing: Strategic Pricing for Long-Term Profitability

by Frank Huang | February 15, 2019 One of the most common things a new client asks us to help with is to revamp their underwriting and pricing models. Obviously, the two go hand-in-hand, as underwriting and pricing decisions both utilize overlapping data sets like claims experience, experience mods, underlying exposures, etc. I originally wanted … Continue reading PEO Pricing: Strategic Pricing for Long-Term Profitability »

Merlinos & Associates Attends TXANS Conference

M&A’s Sue Buehler is attending the Texas Association of Responsible Nonsubscribers (TXANS) Annual Nonsubscriber Conference & Exhibition, March 27-28, in Austin.  TXANS promotes the use of sound and ethical practices relating to injury prevention and the provision of quality workplace injury benefits by non-subscribers to workers’ compensation. If you are going to be in Austin … Continue reading Merlinos & Associates Attends TXANS Conference »