Business

24
Jun

General Liability Insurance for Small Businesses: Why Is It Needed?

Any business, no matter the size, can experience an insurable incident at one point or another. Some incidences result in liability claims and lawsuits that could cause significant financial losses to any company. Read on to learn the importance of including liability coverage in your business insurance policy. What Is Business Liability Insurance? This policy pays for costs arising from

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10
Jun

How Business Insurance Can Protect Your Investment During COVID-19

The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has caused significant problems for many businesses. Some business owners have ceased operations completely. Luckily, there is a solution that should be explored before it’s too late. Here is a look at how business interruption insurance can protect you from losing your business during COVID-19. Does Business Interruption Insurance Cover Losses Caused by COVID-19? Business interruption

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22
Oct

3 Ways Business Insurance Can Save Your Company

Running a successful business always comes with inherent risks. A client could file a lawsuit, a natural disaster could destroy your property, or someone could get injured on site. For this reason, it’s essential that every business has a reliable insurance policy in place to protect itself as well as its assets. Securing coverage saves your company in a whole

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27
Aug

Prevent Business Interruptions by Being Prepared

Business disruption is something that every company around the nation has felt this year. COVID-19 shook the world when it forced commercial operations to close their doors for months. While you may just be getting back on your feet, now is a good time to take steps to minimize business interruptions that could happen in the future. Here’s how to

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6
Aug

How Small Business Owners Can Take Care of Their Mental Health

It’s safe to say that in 2020, business owners have been through a lot. Over these past few months, your emotional wellbeing may have suffered when handling the pandemic and your business. To help business owners take care of their mental health, take a look at these important tips.   Create work-life boundaries Maintaining boundaries between when you work and

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9
Jul

How Your Small Business Can Recover After COVID-19

It’s no surprise that COVID-19 hit businesses, both small and large, hard. The devastation the pandemic caused to economies around the world has been devastating, but now is the time when business owners are getting back on their feet. If your business has survived this long, it’s a good idea to understand how best to rebuild it.   Look at

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9
Jan

Top New Year’s Resolutions for Business Success

New Year’s resolutions every business owner should consider.   2020 is here, and with it the multitude of resolutions that people inevitably make to strive towards becoming a better version of themselves. These resolutions range from losing weight and saving money, to reading every day and helping the homeless. But, what about your business? As a business owner, you can

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23
Dec

3 Questions Every Business Owner Should Ask About Their Insurance Coverage

Ask these questions about your business insurance cover.   As a business owner, you know that life can be unpredictable. Even though your business may face many ups and downs on the way to success, your insurance coverage should be stable. Far too often, business owners find themselves in the position of learning that an event they assumed would be

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26
Nov

How to Protect Your Business From Sexual Harassment

Prevent and deal with sexual harassment in your workplace. As an employer, you have a responsibility to maintain a workplace that is free of sexual harassment. Although it is your legal obligation, it also makes good business sense. If you allow this type of behavior to occur in the workplace, you will pay a high price in poor employee morale,

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14
Nov

Fire Safety Tips for Your Business

Fire prevention tips for every workplace.  As a business owner and an employer, it is your responsibility to ensure that your property has been assessed for the risk of fire and to work hard to prevent fires. Fires only need a matter of minutes to rip through buildings and cause thousands of dollars’ worth of damage. To help prevent fires

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