Welcome to my Newsletter – November, 2019
I hope that you find these articles of interest. If you have a topic for future discussion, please let me know.
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What’s New This Month
The Importance of Employment Practices Liability Coverage
Every employer, no matter how small, faces the specter of being sued by a past, present or prospective employee at some time.
In fact, such employment practices claims are widespread – so much so that most businesses are much more likely to have an employment practices liability claim than a general liability or property loss claim. The stakes are even higher now in the #MeToo era. Are you protected?
Your Fall Home Maintenance Checklist
Fall is here and you should use the time to enjoy the cool weather outdoors and take care of housekeeping chores before winter arrives.
You should tackle any needed maintenance before the weather gets too cold. And if you live in a cold weather area, you could use the time to improve the energy efficiency of your home as well as take proactive measures to prevent damage from any winter storms that may pass through.
To help you along the way, we’ve created a handy checklist to follow.
Keeping Family and Home Safe at Thanksgiving
As Thanksgiving approaches, millions of Americans will be traveling to spend the holiday with friends or family members and cooking up feasts.
Unfortunately, when we leave town for Thanksgiving, we also leave behind an empty home, which can attract burglars. And Thanksgiving is also one of the top times of year for kitchen fires, which often start because the stove is left unattended. What can you do?
Are Your Employees Trained in Proper Computer Workstation Posture?
An often-overlooked danger in any office is proper computer workstation posture. Progressive back injuries and carpal tunnel syndrome are at the top of the list and can lead to costly treatment and injuries that have a significant impact on your employees, as well as on your workers’ comp costs.
This guide sets out the basics to avoid those injuries.