America’s small business insurance specialist
®, has been named the workers’ compensation carrier of choice by the Apartment Association of Greater Los Angeles (AAGLA). Comprised of 9,400 active apartment owners and property managers, eligible AAGLA members can receive a 5 percent discount on their workers’ compensation premiums on policies placed with EMPLOYERS.
In addition to offering eligible members a 5 percent discount, EMPLOYERS will provide AAGLA apartment owners and property managers with information and services to implement risk management programs designed to help reduce costs and promote profitability. EMPLOYERS provides these resources to all of its policyholders through its
Loss Control Connection
, a Web-based loss control platform that combines safety and loss control information with a suite of unique software programs that can help manage risk and reduce losses.
“A natural extension of our commitment to our apartment owner and property management members, we’re pleased to partner with a dedicated workers’ compensation specialist like EMPLOYERS,” said Rick Otterstrom, president, AAGLA. “With a deep understanding of the needs of California businesses and our industry, our members will also gain added value from EMPLOYERS’ services which are designed to enhance safety and mitigate risk.”
"At EMPLOYERS, we are committed to meeting the unique needs of small businesses around the country, including the multifamily housing industry," said Hale Johnston, senior vice president, EMPLOYERS. "Just like the AAGLA’s commitment to its members, our core focus is on providing policyholders with information and tools to successfully operate and grow their businesses. We are pleased to join together with the AAGLA to provide its eligible members with these high-value services at a discounted rate.”
Founded in 1917, the AAGLA was formed to provide support, services and professional development activities for its members. A non-profit organization, the AAGLA promotes high professional industry standards and solid business practices while representing the interests of the rental housing industry on the municipal, state and federal level.