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Monday, February 9, 2015Sometimes we can overlook the importance of Pre-Employment Screening by thinking the job is a lower entry job and you just want to fill the position. But what if that employee has a history of back trouble and has had number of previous Worker's Compensation claims? READ MORE >>
Tuesday, September 9, 2014Six benchmarks for evaluating Return-to-Work programs While there is significant evidence that return-to-work programs are a best practice for effective cost control, they have not been immune to the severe contraction in the economy. READ MORE >>
Wednesday, May 21, 2014During the summer as a business owner and especially in the construction industry we look for additional help from high school students and younger employees to help out during the busy months. Youth who are under 18 years old can be an asset to your workforce. They are enthusiastic and eager to learn. READ MORE >>
Thursday, February 20, 2014Let’s pick up where we left off from the previous blog, “Small Business Insurance Basics, Part 1”, where we summarized two important types of insurance you will most likelyl need to protect your business, Property and Liability insurance. READ MORE >>
Friday, January 31, 2014If you’re considering starting a small business, one of the major decisions you face is selecting the insurance coverage you'll need to protect yourself.
While I encourage you to seek the advice of an agent that specializes in business insurance, I believe the following “Insurance ... READ MORE >>
Thursday, November 7, 2013 Work Comp Solutions Your partner in managing your Work Comp Costs. Return toInjury Management Returning employees to work quickly after an on-the-job injury is one of the best ways manage and minimize workers’ compensation claim costs. READ MORE >>
Tuesday, August 13, 2013IRS Inspector Urges Crackdown On Mislabeling 'Independent Contractors' The IRS isn’t the only government agency worried about workers mislabeled as “independent contractors.” When you pay independent contractors, there’s no income tax withholding and no employment taxes. READ MORE >>