What you need to know about the alternate employer endorsement

The alternate employer endorsement is meant for businesses that use employees from other firms, such as contractors or staffing services. It extends workers’ compensation and employers liability coverage to the business using another company’s employees.
Required information for an alternate employer endorsement includes:

  • The name of the special or alternate employer
  • The state in which they are located
  • The name of the contract or project

The coverage will only apply to the contract or project listed in the endorsement.

Depending on your state, there may be additional requirements or limitations. Review your state’s workers’ compensation laws and endorsements. For more information, contact your SFM underwriter or read our factsheet on the alternate employer endorsement available in the resource catalog on sfmic.com.

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