Every project you run through Wrapbook includes workers compensation. This includes cast and crew, but not full-time employees in the production office who aren’t paid through Wrapbook. It’s administered via the payroll cycle and charged you as a flat percentage of gross wages.
To ensure that we can cover your production, it’s important to enter your project’s details as accurately as possible to ensure the best coverage. The review period can be very quick, but can also take up to 2 business days.
That’s why it’s crucial to enter your project’s details as accurately as possible to ensure the best coverage.
The review period can be very quick, but can also take up to 2 business days. For this reason, please create your project well ahead of needing to pay anyone. And complete the form below to the best of your ability.
Taking a deeper dive into each section…
List and describe every production location you have for your project, not the locations in the script. For instance, while you may shooting a scene in “Walt’s Living Room,” if you’re actually shooting on the Sony Lot, you would only list “sound stage on Sony Lot.” The more detail is better as it helps us give you the best workers comp rate.
Enter your project’s logline, or a short description of your project. This is used to best assess your production’s insurance needs.
This number includes principals, extras, and background actors who are being paid. If anyone is working for free, they are not included in this number.
This number includes everyone from directors to grips to PA’s, who again, are being paid.
Worker’s Comp will be charged for all employee and loan out payments. Contractors are NOT covered by Worker’s Comp.