Growing an insurance agency also means looking out for new industries and opportunities for workers’ compensation. The hospitality industry, specifically hotels and motels, offers a unique opportunity due to its large, on-site workforce with a wide variety of roles. Learn how to sign clients within this industry
Insurance agencies are worried. COVID-19 has sent many clients home or even created massive layoffs, meaning less need for insurance policies. At Normandy Insurance, we are dedicated to helping our agents maintain their business, so we put together some tips for keeping – and perhaps, even adding – clients during COVID-19.
These unprecedented changes in the face of COVID-19 are posing new challenges for all companies and employees worldwide, and the ripple effect is hitting workers’ compensation too. While you may have sent those who can work virtually home without much thought, there are some complexities to consider when it comes to workers’ compensation and your company’s exposure.
Allergies in the workplace are a clear concern to some employers, but others presume that allergies are the sole responsibility of employees. This is not always the case. There are times when employers should be concerned as allergies can be a workers’ compensation liability. Unfortunately, the topic is never clear cut.
Is sitting a workers’ compensation risk? Sitting can lead to many other issues: back pain, carpal tunnel syndrome, and obesity. The California Workers’ Compensation Institute states claims involving obese workers cost 81.4% higher and caused an average of 35 weeks of lost time, which is 80% more than the 19 weeks of time loss without obesity. Keeping employees motivated to move throughout the day is a good practice for employers and employees. So, let’s consider four ways to get employees moving.