As we come together as a nation to celebrate Veterans Day, take a moment to remember friends, family members and colleagues who served in our military. It is thanks to them that we live in the home of the free and the brave. Also, it is a great time to hire a vet.Read More
Don’t forget: Daylight Savings Time ends for much of the United States at 2AM Sunday November 3rd.
You will need to set your clocks back one-hour Saturday evening to revert to Standard Time.
If you haven’t done so, now is a good time to change your smoke and CO2 alarms with fresh...Read More
Flooding conditions can continue through the winter months. You might be considering a flood insurance policy but don’t know what questions to ask. This post from FEMA should be helpful.Read More
As the international community celebrated ShakeOut Day to promote earthquake resiliency and preparedness, now is the time to review your established business continuity plans or create an appropriate plan if you don’t have one.
The four key components of a traditional business continuity...Read More
According to Alarms.org, every 13 seconds a burglary occurs. Two thirds of the 2.5 million burglaries were home break-ins.
Here are six helpful tips from Alarm Detection Systems, Inc. on how to keep your home safe and prevent a break in:Read More
Workers who are prescribed pain medications for work-related injuries must be educated about the risks of opioid addiction. According to Marianne Kritserg, MSW, LCSW, RN there are eight strategies to consider:
Create a positive worker’s comp experienceRead More
Life Happens, a non-profit organization, has an entire website devoted to life insurance. September is Life Awareness Month and you will find calculators to assist in determining the insurance coverage you need, along with helpful videos and educational pieces. Go to ...Read More
The Small Business Administration has created a Business Guide to help keep your business running if a disaster strikes. It provides steps to prevent and prepare for disaster, and know where to get aid if disaster strikes.Read More
Labor Day, celebrated the first Monday in September, pays tribute to the contributions and achievements of American workers. It was created by the labor movement in the late 19thcentury and became a federal holiday in 1894 by Grover Cleveland. Labor Day weekend also symbolizes the end of...Read More