Employee theft is generally defined as an employee’s unauthorized use, theft or misuse of business assets.
Maybe you’ve showed your kids how to spend wisely and how to save through a piggy bank. Now that they’re teenagers, they have to learn new money skills such as earning money and managing it. It's now time to teach them how to use a bank and how to open a savings account.
Sending a child off to college is a significant milestone that represents the culmination of years of planning and hard work. As you prepare for the start of the semester, you should consider how your insurance needs may change with your son or daughter away at school.
According to the Los Angeles Times, it may cost as much as 30 percent more to rebuild parts of a home than to completely build a new one from scratch. Demolition and removal of damaged property are pricey, limiting what a homeowner can do when rebuilding only parts of a home.
If your facility is dealing with rising workers' compensation costs as a result of workplace accidents, it's time to take a new approach to safety. The key to spending fewer dollars on workers' compensation is more than just stopping a few accidents; it requires a comprehensive safety program designed to continuously improve. A safety program that is compliant with Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA) standards can yield significant savings by reducing injuries and illnesses
Risk management often means expecting and planning for the unexpected. In order to maintain the safety of the employees and customers and ensure the viability of your business, you need to prepare for unforeseen disasters. These risk may include criminal activity, natural disasters or terrorist acts. Any one of these threats could be serious enough to devastate your business, but if you have readiness plans in place you can work to minimize their impact.
You've hired a reputable builder, collected paint swatches and selected the siding and now you're finally ready to start that long-awaited remodeling project. Contact us today: 800-860-1060.
Whether your addition budget is large or small, you are adding both the value of your home and your exposure to risk. To ensure that your project goes smoothly and that you have the coverage you need, here's what you need to know.