Indicator 7: Completeness of Submitting Required Wage Supplement Reports
This indicator measures insurers’ compliance with DWD 80.02(2)(c) relating to the submission of complete Wage Information Supplement Reports, form WKC-13-A, to the Department.
DWD 80.02(2)(c) establishes the requirements for submitting wage information, and the rule implies that such information is to be complete
Standard or Benchmark
While there is no performance standard set by statute or rule the benchmark used for training purposes is to have a ratio of no more than 10% of the Wage Information Supplements received with incomplete information.
Source of Indicator Data:
The source of the data is from the count of wage letters used to request further information. These standard letters are in the WC45 series, and their use indicates the submission of an incomplete Wage Information Supplement. The letters are as follows: WC45B, WC45C, WC45D, WC45H, WC45K, WC45L, WC45M and WC45P.
Completeness is computed by dividing the number of wage letters used to request further information by the number of First Supplementary Reports received during the quarter and establishing a ratio of these request letters sent during the quarter vis-a-vis the number of First Supplementary Reports received during the quarter.
State of Wisconsin Averages:
What This Indicator Measures:
This indicator reflects the individual and combined performance of about 180 insurers with respect to the submission of complete Wage Information Supplements. These insurers account for over 90% of the claims submitted. The benchmark for training purposes is that 90% of claims reported do not require the Department to send letters requesting further wage information. Data is updated quarterly.
Explanatory Comments for Current Indicator:
Performance for the 3rd quarter 2018 has climbed up to 82%, while 12 quarter performance is at 85%, five percentage points below the benchmark of 90%.
Indicator 7: Completeness of Submitting Required Reports
Group A - Large Insurers (400 or more paid claims in the previous calendar year)
Group B - Medium Size Insurers (less than 400 but at least 65 paid claims in the previous calendar year)
Group C - Small Size Insurers (less than 65 paid claims in the previous year, but at least 65 claims in the previous three-year period)
PLEASE NOTE: Quarterly summary reports are static. As such they are a snapshot of performance reflected by our database on the 14th day of every new quarter. As such, actual performance may be different due to changes to the claims for the given quarter after the reports are run.