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Watch Out For Being Over-Insured With These Handy Tips

By on Jan 24, 2017 in Personal Protection, Uncategorized |

Here’s one of the core things we help our clients with. Understanding how to minimize personal economic dangers via insurance coverage. For example, the sudden death of a close relative can have a significant negative impact on your family’s financial well being. Having adequate life insurance can help address this. Your home might catch fire. Adequate homeowners...

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Watch Out For Being Over-Insured With These Handy Tips

By on Jan 24, 2017 in Personal Protection, Uncategorized |

Here’s one of the core things we help our clients with. Understanding how to minimize personal economic dangers via insurance coverage. For example, the sudden death of a close relative can have a significant negative impact on your family’s financial well being. Having adequate life insurance can help address this. Your home might catch fire. Adequate homeowners...

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Why Paying Attention to Mental Health Pays Dividends for a Small Business

By on Jan 18, 2017 in Down to Business, Uncategorized |

Here’s a surprising statistic. In 61% of all work places, anxiety is present in a big way. In turn, this has a dramatic impact on substance dependency. The result is a less productive workforce that doesn’t offer its best to clients. This is only one statistic from the 2016 Mental Health & Substance Abuse survey commissioned by the IFEBP. (The International...

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Best of 2016: What is The Ultimate Guerilla Marketing Tactic?

By on Dec 31, 2016 in Down to Business, Uncategorized |

Amazon gets it. So does Salesforce. So does Etrade. Tesla? Yep, they get it too. Virtually all companies that exist mostly or solely online already understand how critical successful Internet marketing is to the bottom line. Yet for small businesses, there seems to be a massive disconnect with how to make digital marketing work in a way that’s impactful and cost...

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Compliance Priorities for Next Year’s Benefits Plan

By on Oct 5, 2016 in Employee Benefits, Uncategorized |

Open enrollment for individual and family healthcare plans for 2017 is rapidly approaching. It begins on November 1, and many employers choose a similar timeline when allowing workers to sign up for, or make changes to, their participation in the company’s benefits offerings. As such, now is a vital time to review your benefits package and ensure your plans are in...

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New Injury Reporting Requirement Serves Its Purpose

By on Jun 15, 2016 in Uncategorized, Workplace Safety |

As of January 1, 2015, the Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) has required employers to report severe work-related injuries—such as hospitalizations, amputations or eye loss—with 24 hours of the incident. During the first full year the requirement was in effect, U.S. employers reported 10,388 severe injuries. This included 7,636 hospitalizations...

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