Now more than ever, we need to keep our commercial janitor businesses safe in an unsafe world. Besides massive OSHA citations that can range as high as $136,000 for repeated violations, accidents and exposure to COVID-19 can put custodians out of work for days or weeks. But how do we keep them safe? Luckily, we have three safety tips to help keep your commercial janitorial clients safe.
Whether you are starting on your own or recently left your insurance company, being an independent agent might sound like a lonely endeavor. As an employee of a larger agency, you usually work in an office, have co-workers to ask questions, and, most times, you only need to handle one insurance account. Going independent throws more on your shoulders, such as working with multiple insurance carriers, creating your marketing, and other tasks that other departments would typically handle.
Recreational marijuana, or weed, is quickly sweeping through the United States. 16 states and growing have legalized recreational marijuana so far, and that means a new market of clients to target! How should we advertise insurance for smoke shops, producers, and growers? Let’s work that out together.
This year, travel is making an uptick thanks to the COVID-19 vaccine. With more people traveling, hotels and motels are going to see an increase in business, but it is currently difficult to find employees to work in the hotels. The more work, the more strain on hotel employees. It’s at this critical time that we need to help our clients out in the hospitality sector. But what can you do to help?