You (hopefully) have survived the crazy shortages, waiting outside of stores, found a comfortable mask and learned that hand sanitizer is not just for toddlers! You’ve hunkered down, homeschooled your children and tried to find a balance between keeping your business afloat and keeping your employees working and earning a paycheck. Now your state is moving to Phase Three. What is that?
On most days, we take our feet for granted. We stand on them, we walk on them, we shove them into heels and tight shoes, and we work on them. Still, there are more than 60,000 foot injuries each year that are severe enough to keep people home from work. So, how do we recognize - and avoid - any problems that might be afoot (see what we did there?)
The rise of company-sponsored wellness programs is well documented in magazines and social media, alongside photos of the coolest and most unusual office spaces. While these might seem like ways of getting publicity, for many employers, investing in their workers and their lifestyle, elicits handsome returns.
This can be a hard time of year to speak to clients about making changes to their insurance package, but the risks of carrying an inadequate policy far outweigh the financial burden. Here’s an article that will help you speak to your clients about winter risks. Consider it an early holiday gift from us to you!