Fence contractors have a tough job. The workers’ comp risk is high, and any injury on a job could immensely impact their business, so fence contractors need to be able to work with insurance agents they can trust. But how can you reach fence contractors and let them know you would be happy to work with them? Let’s discuss a few strategies.
Life as an insurance agent doesn’t have to be a solo journey. Especially if you are a self-employed agent, working alone might feel instinctual. While you may be wary of teaming up with rival insurance companies, a collaboration can bloom from just about anywhere. As long as you both benefit from the partnership, you are in for a successful endeavor. A partnership could mean more clients.
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.