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Series of nine virtual workshops address risk management concerns for members and provide practical strategies to manage them. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER »
“Navigating Key Land Use Issues” strengthens attendees’ knowledge of the requirements they must consider when making land use decisions for local government entities. The training also explores the current land use concerns in Minnesota. LEARN MORE AND REGISTER NOW »
New Work Wisely materials encourage proper ergonomics while using a computer. When an employee's workstation is arranged correctly, he or she is more comfrotable, less likely to be injured and more productive. DOWNLOAD NO-COST MATERIALS »
Four new messages are now available to promote the Employee Assistance Program. The no-cost items include wall posters and digital images that highlight how the service can support employees and their families. SEE EAP MATERIALS »
News and Upcoming Events
Board Sets 2023 Rates

The MCIT Board of Directors’ rate setting discussion in July is an analysis of anticipated frequency and cost of future claims; member risks and initiatives; and the outlook for future operating costs—most notably, the cost of reinsurance. For 2023, the property/casualty (liability) aggregate rate increases 1.9 percent, and the workers’ compensation rate decreases 10.9 percent.
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$7 Million Dividend Declared for Members

The annual dividend analysis considers past performance of both the property/casualty and the workers’ compensation divisions, focusing on claim and reserving results, as well as MCIT’s investment portfolio performance. Upon conclusion of the report, the board voted to return a total of $7 million to members in good standing in 2022.
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WCRA Surplus Distributed to Members

Earlier this year, the Workers’ Compensation Reinsurance Association (WCRA) announced a surplus distribution to its members. In June, the MCIT Board of Directors voted to return $9.6 million of the $11.3 million distribution directly to members who participate in the workers’ compensation division. The remaining funds are set aside for MCIT operations.
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