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3 Critical Components of a Robust Multigenerational Benefits Package

3 Critical Components of a Robust Multigenerational Benefits Package

Many businesses are reworking their benefits offerings to appeal to millennials and Generation Z. The idea holds merit considering the vast majority of individuals entering the workforce come from these two generations. However, ignoring the existing workforce’s needs can spell disaster for businesses. What appeals to a millennial may seem trivial to a baby boomer… Read More »

Did You Know These Factors Make You a High Risk Driver?

Every car owner would love inexpensive car insurance rates with comprehensive coverage, but a number of factors determine the final cost. Most individuals are familiar with common elements in the car insurance rate calculation—accident history, driver age, and tickets can all affect the final quote. However, several other sneaky factors affect insurance premiums as well.… Read More »

Critical Steps in Preventing Construction Fires

Construction sites present many hazards, but, with an ounce of care and prevention, workers can avoid most major accidents. Fires are one such example. Electrical and welding work, as well as loose debris, represent fire hazards on construction sites, and being prepared to manage them is an absolute must. Understanding the different types of fires… Read More »

Top 3 Things You Need to Know About Earthquake Insurance

Homeowners have a lot to consider when investing in insurance. Many believe their homeowner’s policy is sufficient to cover them in the event of natural disasters, but this is not always the case. For example, most homeowner’s insurance policies do not cover damage caused by earthquakes. Below are several facts homeowners need to know about… Read More »

5 Easy Strategies to Prevent Construction Accidents

More often than not, accidents are preventable. By following simple safety protocols, construction workers and supervisors can avoid most accidents before they occur. The following are several tips constructions workers can use to improve job site safety. Practice good personal safety. Constructions workers should implement accident prevention into their everyday routine. For example, they should… Read More »

How to Shut the Door on Cyber Liability Risk

When a cyber security breach occurs at a company, it is almost always the result of negligent behavior. However, this behavior is not always malicious or even on purpose. Often times, employees lack the necessary training and understanding of cyber security best practices. Below are several methods businesses can use to reduce their cyber liability… Read More »

Reducing Construction Risk with Personal Protective Equipment

Construction sites come with numerous risks that can cause lasting or permanent injuries. Personal protective equipment (PPE) can help avoid this, but it only works if construction workers wear it. Some of the top pieces of PPE are hard hats, fall protection, and eye protection. Without wearing PPE, construction workers may find themselves out of… Read More »

Reducing Risk Exposure to Employment Practices Liability Suits

Employers can invest in employment practices liability insurance (EPLI) to ensure they have adequate coverage in the event of a claim relating to discrimination, wrongful termination, failure to promote, harassment, and more. Most large businesses have adequate EPLI coverage, but small businesses and startups may be vulnerable to discrimination claims. Thankfully, there are several ways… Read More »

Construction Risk: Fire Safety and Threat Assessment

Fires can happen anywhere, and construction sites are no exception. Welding, electrical work, and several other common construction tasks create the perfect environment for an accidental fire. While having fire extinguishers placed in strategic locations around the construction site is a good idea, it is not a comprehensive solution. Different classes of fires need the… Read More »

Reducing Risk by Driving Workplace Engagement

The single greatest method to improving workplace safety is to engage employees. However, employers should note that engagement and job satisfaction are two different things. While employers want their staff to like their job, engagement is much better for reducing risk. Employees who are engaged have an emotional attachment to their job and take pride… Read More »