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Report your payroll

Need help filing your Oregon workers' compensation insurance payment? Visit SAIFs' reporting guide to help answer all your payroll and payment questions.

Report your payroll

Need help filing your Oregon workers' compensation insurance payment? Visit SAIFs' reporting guide to help answer all your payroll and payment questions.

Glossary

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Report your payroll

Tips and instructions to report your payroll

Payroll report and audit terms

April 8, 2021 — New terminology was added when we launched our Guidewire policy and billing system.

SAIF | Oregon Workers' Compensation Insurance

SAIF is a not-for-profit company providing workers comp insurance in the state of Oregon. Learn how we can help you stay safe and healthy in the workplace.

Oregon workers' comp class codes

With 550 workers' comp codes, it can be a challenge getting a payroll report accurate, and an accurate report can save companies money. Visit our site to learn more today.

Jan. 1 changes to sick leave law don’t affect payroll reporting

February 18, 2016 — The new state laws expand employee sick leave.

Jan. 1 changes to sick leave law don’t affect payroll reporting

February 18, 2016 — The new state laws expand employee sick leave.

Workers’ comp payment and payroll reporting

SAIF's reporting payroll guide will help answer all your workers' compensation payroll reporting questions, while providing resources to make payroll reporting easy. Visit our site today.

Oregon workers’ comp insurance

SAIF's employer guide helps answer all your workers' compensation insurance questions, file a claim, report payroll, and view trainings. Visit our site today.

Premium audit

It is important that your payroll records be accurate, because they're a key part of determining how much you pay for workers' comp insurance and in establishing fair payroll reporting for all Oregon employers.

What SAIF's new policy and billing system means for policyholders

We've been working on replacing our policy and billing system.

Farm corporations

When a corporation's activities are conducted on land that receives farm-use tax assessment per Oregon law (ORS 215.203 and Chapter 308), family members who meet the following tests are not covered by your policy

Partnerships, limited liability partnerships (LLPs) and limited partnerships

This section helps you with payroll reporting requirements for owners, officers, and officials of partnerships, limited liability partnerships (LLPs), sole proprietors, and more.

October 2022 dividend FAQ

October 2022 dividend FAQ

Corporations and co-operative corporations

A corporate officer who meets the three tests below is not a covered worker of the corporation and is not personally covered by your policy

October 2022 dividend Q&A for policyholders

Today, SAIF declared a $75 million dividend to be distributed in October 2022 to policyholders based on their premium for policies whose term ended in 2021.

Nonprofit and public corporations

An officer of a nonprofit corporation or a public corporation who is paid by the corporation for Oregon work is covered under your policy.

Limited liability companies (LLCs)

Limited liability companies not in construction or landscaping

Changes made to excluded payroll due to pandemic

May 5, 2020 — The changes relate to furloughed workers and those on administrative leave.

Miscellaneous entities

his section can help you with payroll reporting requirements for owners, officers, and officials of miscellaneous entities in any business type.

Sole proprietor workers' comp

A sole proprietor is not personally covered by the policy unless SAIF receives and accepts a written request for the sole proprietor's personal election of coverage and names the sole proprietor on a Sole Proprietors, Partners, Officers and Others.

Preventing fraud

Preventing fraud keeps rates low and makes sure the right people are receiving benefits—and that's good for employers, workers, and all Oregonians.

Associations, labor unions and political subdivisions

Officers or officials of associations, labor unions, and political subdivisions who receive remuneration by the organization for work in Oregon are covered under your policy.

Premium audit

It is important that your payroll records be accurate, because they're a key part of determining how much you pay for workers' comp insurance and in establishing fair payroll reporting for all Oregon employers.

Keeping rates low

So you'd like to lower your rates, but you don't have a lot of extra time to devote to it. Here are a few tips that may help:

Jan. 1 changes to sick leave law don’t affect payroll reporting

April 6, 2016 — The new state law expands employee sick leave.

Workers' compensation insurance costs

How much does workers' comp cost? Your insurance premium cost is based on a number of factors. This section identifies many of those factors and explains how they work.

Minimum hourly assumed wage change, part II

April 17, 2017 — Reflecting Oregon’s new tiered wage, NCCI changed the rate from fixed to variable.

Minimum hourly assumed wage change

January 18, 2017 — Reflecting Oregon’s new tiered wage, NCCI changed the rate from fixed to variable.

Leased workers

Workers provided to an employer by a worker leasing company through a contractual agreement and for a fee are considered leased workers.

Volunteers

Volunteers of political subdivisions – public entities such as cities or school districts – are not automatically covered by the subdivision's workers' compensation policy.

Payments for lost wages

We understand that there’s a lot on your mind when you get injured on the job such as how much does workers' comp pay. The information on these pages can help.

SAIF's commitment to serving you during this time

May 27, 2020 — Support for policyholders and workers during the coronavirus pandemic.

Volunteers

Volunteers of political subdivisions—public entities such as cities or school districts—are not automatically covered by the workers' comp policy.

Sample workers’ compensation policy

Want to see what a standard workers' comp policy looks like, or learn more about special types of coverage or reporting your payroll? Read on.

Sample workers’ compensation policy

Want to see what a standard workers' comp policy looks like, or learn more about special types of coverage or reporting your payroll? Read on.

The new definition of “adjusted rate”: a brief summary

January 15, 2018 — Updates on our new policy and billing system

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