As people live longer, their productive years also grow. Many “retirees” simply aren’t ready to hang up their hats by the time they hit their 50s, or even 60s. In fact, they wish to continue contributing to the labor market. This sounds fantastic, but what does it mean for employers? Is it a risk or a benefit to have an older workforce? Let’s explore.
August is one of those months that feels transitionary. It’s the tail end of summer leading into the fall. That said, the temperatures are still skyrocketing into the mid-80s, and the sun can still give you one heck of a burn. There is a lot you can get done in this last month of summer weather, so here are our recommendations for insurance agents for the month of August!
The summer is halfway over. Next month, kids will be returning to school in the southern US; family vacations will be over; things will begin to return to normal at most workplaces. July can be a bit of a transition month for those reasons. Nevertheless, there are plenty of things to do this month to keep your business growing.
The Gig economy is the industry that covers part time jobs offered on as needed basis, like Uber and Lyft. There are upsides and downsides to these types of jobs – both for employers and employees. These types of positions are reasonably new and as more jobs like these enter the market, regulations – including insurance rules - are changing. Whether you are an insurance agent, an employer, or an employee, here’s what you need to know…