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    ProgramBusiness_How To Select Accurate Insurance for Nursing Homes

    In order for you to best protect your nursing home and its patients, you have to consider what insurance coverage is right for your needs. There is no one-size-fits-all plan that will cover every business in the healthcare industry. Still, there are some steps that you can follow in order…

  • An Empty Rental Property Needs Protection Too

    An Empty Rental Property Needs Protection Too

    If you own and rent properties, you know you have to take measures to protect them. After all, that’s how you make money and damaged properties are not rentable. So you carefully vet potential tenants, ask for a security deposit and buy insurance. But what if the place is currently…

  • Dealing With the Aftermath of Bunker Oil Pollution

    Dealing With the Aftermath of Bunker Oil Pollution

    The crude oil spill caused by an explosion on the Deepwater Horizon oil rig has had a significant impact on research efforts with fuel and oil spills. Scientists continue to stuff both the short- and long-term effects of oil spills on the environment, whether wildlife or residents in the areas…

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    Why You Need a Strategic Restaurant Server Training Program

    The restaurant business is the business of hospitality. Meaningful connections with guests best describe its expression. You achieve these connections to people through people, primarily through your servers. Thus, it is critical to your success that you implement a strategic restaurant server training program to ensure your guests experience the…

  • The Nuts and Bolts of Life Insurance

    The Nuts and Bolts of Life Insurance

    No matter your age or health, you want to ensure that your loved ones are protected in case something unforeseen happens to you. Life insurance helps to relieve some of the stress. Unfortunately, many people think it’s too expensive and subsequently delay the process. Life Insurance Facts Since people often…

  • The Most Common Types of Professional Liabilities Accountants May Face

    If you’re thinking about earning a degree in accounting and pursuing this profession, you may want to spend some time researching what the most common accountant liabilities are. From the possibility of malpractice lawsuits to the risk of business debt and more, knowing what to look out for can help…

  • How To Best Approach the Challenge of Valet Organization

    How To Best Approach the Challenge of Valet Organization

    Certain events tend to carry an air of sophistication about them. When you’re inviting guests to a lavish affair, the last thing you want is for the attendees to handle menial tasks like parking their vehicles themselves. By working closely with a valet company, you can give your event the…

  • Fraud Protection Should Anticipate the Unbelievable

    Fraud Protection Should Anticipate the Unbelievable

    While it might seem straightforward, the world of fraud insurance is one of the most unusual places in the risk management industry. Not only do insurers need to understand the nuances of different roles within each industry they serve to protect against common risks, they also need to understand the…

  • 3 Things You Should Do When an Employee Gets Injured

    3 Things You Should Do When an Employee Gets Injured

    Workplace accidents account for a significant number of ER injuries and visits every year. Although you can’t prevent these accidents from happening, reacting to them thoughtfully can save lives and money. 1. Join Your Employee at the Hospital If you can, follow your injured employee to the hospital. First and…

  • A Short Guide To USLH Coverage

    A Short Guide To USLH Coverage

    If you run a business that operates near or on a navigable waterway, you may not have all the insurance you are required to have. Due to the federal Longshore and Harbor Workers’ Compensation Act of 1927, businesses near the navigable waters of the United States are required to carry…