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Best Places to Work 2017 San Diego Office

Athens Administrators has been voted one of the Best Places to Work in San Diego by the San Diego Business Journal. The program was open to all public and privately-held organizations with facilities in San Diego and a minimum of 15 employees. Nominees were judged in the categories of nonprofit organization, business nonprofit, education, family-owned

Athens Administrators Names New Executive Vice President, Workers’ Compensation

Athens Administrators, a recognized leader in third-party claims administration services has appointed Douglas Gibb as Executive Vice President, Workers’ Compensation. Concord, CA – Athens Administrators has promoted Doug Gibb to Executive Vice President, Workers’ Compensation. Doug will be responsible for the oversight of all of Athens’ workers’ compensation claim administration operations, initially splitting time between

Athens Receives Top Ranking for Two California Offices in DWC Audit Report

The California Division of Worker’s Compensation recently published their annual TPA audit score results. These outcomes stemmed from audits which took place during 2015. During that year Athens had two offices audited: Concord and Sacramento. Both locations passed their audits and received outstanding scores. Ultimately, our offices were ranked one after the other. We view

Athens Is Recognized as a Top Workplace in Orange County – Three Years in a Row!

Orange, CA — Athens Administrators is excited to announce that for the third consecutive year our Orange, CA office location has been named one of the Top Workplaces in Orange County by the Orange County Register. In 2016 we achieved our best ranking to date. Overall, Athens ranked 10th out of 70 companies in our category. This

First Aid Claim Reporting Required for Insured Entities Beginning January 1, 2017

The California State Insurance Commissioner has signed an order amending the California Workers’ Compensation Uniform Statistical Reporting Plan which now requires insured employers to report first aid claims to their claims administrators. The rule will go into effect on 1/1/17. Classifications of Claims: There are generally 4 types of workers’ compensation claims: Incident Only Claims: