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FUBA Membership

FUBA Workers’ Comp is sponsored by the Florida United Businesses Association (FUBA). FUBA is a not-for-profit trade association representing the interests of small businesses throughout the state of Florida.

Membership in FUBA is mandatory and annual dues are only $85.00. Dues will be billed annually after the first year of membership.

Joining FUBA gives our members access to:

Labor Law Poster

An “All-in-One” labor law poster is provided free to new policyholders, along with their policy information kit. This poster contains all required state and federal postings. Members will always stay in compliance with the State and Federal employment notice laws because FUBA notifies you if any of these required posters change and will provide any revised postings at no charge or for or a nominal charge.


This newsletter is published monthly and sent to all FUBA members. It keeps you informed of legislation and regulations that may affect your business, and explains how to stay in compliance.


FUBA’s full-time Governmental Relations staff lobbies the Florida legislature on behalf of its members. FUBA makes sure that lawmakers hear the small business point of view when they are voting on legislation.

“First Call” Program

FUBA acts as a liaison between its members and state agencies that regulate small businesses. Through their “First Call” program, FUBA helps members with questions on issues like providing lunch breaks, hiring/firing and other regulatory related questions.

Small Business Advisor

Members receive a free easy-to-read, employer friendly Small Business Advisor publication, which covers issues important to small businesses such as:

  • Employer Compensation
  • Reemployment Compensation
  • Workers’ Compensation
  • Handling Worthless Checks
  • American with Disabilities Act
  • State and Government Contacts

For more information regarding the many benefits and services of FUBA, click here to see how FUBA WORKS for their members or visit FUBA.org. To download an application, please visit our Resources & Documents page.