04 Jun 2020
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Because of recent times, all our social media outlets, TV stations, and newspapers have been concerned with one issue—COVID-19. It’s impossible to get away from it. While the news can be uplifting (i.e., how many people have recovered), it can also be a dark place and overwhelm even the strongest of us. That is why […]

28 May 2020
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Helpful mental health tips for COVID-19.   It’s hard to imagine a more difficult start to the beginning of the year. The coronavirus has ripped through the world, disrupting people’s lives, communities, and businesses. The outbreak of the coronavirus is unprecedented in that the advice to self-isolate and distance ourselves from others is the exact […]

21 May 2020
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What you should know about workers’ compensation claims and the coronavirus pandemic.   As a business owner, you may have suffered a loss during the COVID-19 lockdown. If you were forced to shut your business doors, you may be wondering how you’re going to recover. What’s more, if your employees were infected with the virus, […]

21 Mar 2019
Don’t Be Fooled by the Latest Phishing Scams

Keep your business’s data safe by avoiding the latest phishing scams. Despite increased user awareness, phishing remains one of the biggest security threats to businesses. Although hackers often target consumers, companies are at a sizeable risk at all times. No matter the size, location or industry of the business, cyber attacks are possible. Take a […]

14 Mar 2019
Tips for Avoiding Common Workers’ Compensation Pitfalls

Avoid these workers’ compensation claim mistakes.  As a business owner, you are responsible for securing the right workers’ compensation insurance to protect your staff and fulfill your state’s minimum coverage requirements. It’s also your duty to manage workers’ compensation claims quickly and fairly. Due to the busy schedules of business owners, this may not always […]