What is your protocol for employees returning to work after an injury?

It may sound alarming but it’s reality that almost all employees of a company will, at some point in their career, either be injured or contract an illness of some kind. The way their employer reacts to and handles that leave of absence, as well as their return to work, will speak volumes. Studies have […]

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How to show appreciation to your staff when you can’t have a party

As 2020 comes to an end, we can probably all agree that it’s time to put a bow on this year and move forward. Finishing out strong with the holidays sounds great but given the pandemic situation and social restraints, those fun and festive holidays will look much different this go round. While year-end holiday […]

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Does the new Department of Labor rule apply to your business?

The Department of Labor recently proposed a new rule that they feel will better classify workers and it is something employers should be paying close attention to. If this rule were to pass, it would adopt a new “economic reality” test to determine what employees should be considered independent contractors and of course, which ones […]

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A little homework assignment before filling your next prescription

Health care is a hot topic of conversation lately in politics since the Affordable Care Act and now numerous methods of reform are being discussed. But also with regard to the economy since the cost of care seems astronomical lately. Many argue that one of the drivers behind a lot of that cost increase is […]

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What exactly is a sinkhole and do I have coverage for it?

With sinkhole activity up all around the state of Florida and especially a few big ones in the news lately, many people are wondering what exactly a sinkhole is and if they have adequate coverage for the damage one could cause. To first clarify what a sinkhole is – it is a depression, cavity or […]

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