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Preparing for the 2019 Hurricane Season

HOME MATTERS The Importance of Being Prepared Hurricane season lasts from June through November, when storms with heavy rains and catastrophic winds can severely damage or destroy homes in low-lying coastal areas. There is no time like the present to work together to create emergency kits: one for use if you need to evacuate your […]

Ways to Keep Your Identity Safe

Stories of the struggle of those falling victim to identity theft dot the news headlines regularly. In addition to taking sensible precautions, what can you do to protect yourself? Consider identity theft insurance. What is Identity Theft Insurance? Identity theft insurance can be purchased as a stand-alone policy or added as endorsement to your existing […]

Common Exposures for Restaurants

Those who run restaurants are often some of the most passionate business owners, investing time and money to deliver a high-quality experience to their customers. However, the hospitality industry can be unforgiving, and it’s a constant challenge for owners to deliver exceptional food and service while maintaining profitability. These challenges are magnified when you consider […]

What is 5G?

Following Hurricane Micheal, Verizon announced that Panama City would become the first city in Florida to receive a 5G network. Panama City will join the super exclusive list which includes only four other cities: Los Angeles, Sacramento, Indianapolis, and Houston. But what exactly does 5G mean? Click the link below to learn more about 5G […]

Top 10 Threats to Small Businesses

Optimism is the fuel that drives the entrepreneurial spirit, so it isn’t surprising that most small business owners consider themselves optimists. Too much optimism, however, can get a small business owner into trouble. A business plan built solely on the “best case scenario” is like a house of cards, one gust of wind—or fire or […]

The Aging Workforce – Advantages and Challenges

There are many potential implications associated with the aging workforce that employers are faced with today. Many organizations are beginning to understand that their longer-term business strategies have the potential to be compromised if the population of baby boomers currently in the workforce happens to retire at around the same time. Many believe that older […]

Social Media Safety

We’ve all heard it before but, posting too much information on Social Media can certainly put your safety at risk. Always be conscious of what you are sharing and who you are sharing with.

How the Government Shutdown is Affecting Employers

The current partial government shutdown—which has been in effect since Dec. 22, 2018—is the longest shutdown in U.S. history. Unlike past shutdowns, the government is not completely closed. However, due to the prolonged nature of the shutdown, employers are starting to feel its effects.  Federal Agencies That Are Unaffected by the Shutdown Due to the […]